Orangeville is located in Dufferin County, and is at the headwaters of the Credit River. The community was originally known as ‘the Mills’ for its sawmill and flour mills built in 1832. The community was renamed for an early settler, Orange Lawrence. Today, the town is a cluster of old buildings, including a restored 1907 Canadian Pacific Railways Station, The 1875 Town Hall which now serves as Opera House, and many fine art galleries and antique stores.

Town of Orangeville.

Orangeville Attractions

Orangeville Brampton Railway – Credit Valley Explorer Tour Train

Toll Free: (888) 346-0046
P.O. Box 351, Orangeville, ON, L9W 2Z7

This rail line travels on a 127 year old route along he edge of the Niagara Escarpment through rolling hills, deep valleys, unsurpassed fall colours through the headwaters of four major river systems, including a 1,146 foot long railway trestle bridge spanning the Credit Valley. Enjoy first-class seating, large picture windows and complimentary refreshments, all in a comfortable climate-controlled environment. Dinner Tours operate from May to October; Sunday Brunch Tours operate from September to April; and Scenic Tours operate year-round. All tours depart from Orangeville and are typically 3 hours in duration.

Mono Cliffs Provincial Park (Bruce Trail Hike)

Hwy 10 & Camilla
Orangeville, L9W 2Y8
(416) 763-9061

Enjoy a loop hike of Cliff Top, McCarston’s, Lookout, and Spillway Trails within beautiful Mono Cliffs Provincial Park. Dogs Permitted.

Cedar Highlands Ski Club

308190 County Road #7 (Hockley Road)
Orangeville, L9W 2Z7
(519) 942-1183 Fax: (519) 942-1411, Toll Free: (866) 754-4386

Skiing from December to April, with lessons, equipment rental, dining and coffee shop.

Hockley Valley Resort

Rural Route 1, Orangeville, L9W 2Y8
(519) 942-0754 Fax: (519) 942-8033
Toll Free: (416) 363-5490

This resort offers first class accommodation, year-round recreational trails, a ski hill, pool with sauna and spa

Orangeville Ontario Area Map