Welcome to Thornbury/Clarksburg
Welcome to Thornbury/Clarksburg, two small-town communities with big hearts. Located along the shores of Georgian Bay and just minutes from the mountain, these communities are a perfect place to live for people who love getting outside.
The main streets of Thornbury/Clarksburg are what the towns are most known for. Clarksburg’s Marsh Street, also known as Artsburg, has some of the nicest art galleries in the area. The historic Hindle’s Clarksburg Hardware store has anything you may need and Beaver Valley Gold Honey has some of the best local honey you will ever taste. Thornbury’s Bruce Street has restaurants and stores lining the sides of the street. It’s a perfect place to find a last-minute gift or to take a special someone out for dinner. Some of our favorites include the Bruce Wine Bar and the Corner Cafe & Grill. Thornbury is also home to the Thornbury Craft Co.
People love summer in Thornbury/Clarksburg. Many local restaurants have patios set up for you to enjoy the lovely weather and the views of the wonderful scenery. Locals and visitors alike love spending time down by the water in the summer as well, whether jumping off the pier or spending time on a boat, the Thornbury Harbour is a favourite summer hangout spot. But, if you’d rather spend your summer away from the water, there’s plenty for you to do; our roads are very popular with cyclists because of the rolling hills and beautiful surroundings, we also have two private golf courses and a public one, plus lots of parks and trails to explore.
In the winter, the snow doesn’t stop these communities from thriving. The Thornbury Arena is constantly busy with hockey games and public skates and the streets of Clarksburg are cozy and quaint under the falling snow. Local events like Old Fashioned Christmas and The Clarksburg Tree Lighting help kick off winter and Christmas and the Annual Valentine’s Day Tea held by the Thornbury Girl Guides wraps up the winter season. Thornbury/Clarksburg are just minutes away from various ski hills, snowshoe and cross-country ski trails, so there’s always something to do in the winter.
Thornbury/ Clarksburg have all the amenities you may need such as grocery stores, banks and post offices, with two separate hospitals that are under 20 minutes away. There are plenty of small businesses such as restaurants, cafes and shops located on the main streets of Thornbury/Clarksburg. With such a variety of locally grown foods, Thornbury/Clarksburg offers plenty of opportunities to enjoy local cuisine and even delve into cooking yourself! Also close to larger centres such as Collingwood and Owen Sound with more stores, boutiques, department stores, large supermarkets, cinemas, and fine dining. Thornbury/Clarksburg is the perfect option to enjoy small town living and the small town lifestyle without sacrificing any convenience.
With such a variety of activities and points of interest, from fishing on the Beaver River to spending a night out on the town, there is so much to do in the Thornbury/Clarksburg area. Add in the amazing beauty that surrounds you in nature and it is clear to see why Thornbury/ Clarksburg draws people in from near and far to visit and live in! And it’s only a 2 hour drive from the GTA and Kitchener/Waterloo.
November Blue Mountains Real Estate Market Report
In The Municipality of the Town of the Blue Mountains, 37 residential properties were listed, compared with 57 in October, a difference of 35%. This is a 42% increase over the 26 listed in November of 2021. 20 homes sold in November, 1 fewer than in October. In the same month last year there were 34 sales. The listings to sales ratio was 65-35 in The Municipality of the Town of the Blue Mountains this month, trending a little more strongly in favour of sales than October’s 75-25. Months of inventory in the Town of the Blue Mountains remained steady this month, at 8. November 2021 had just 2 months of inventory available for sale in the municipality. The average home sale price in the municipality rebounded from October’s low of $900,000 and then some this month, jumping to $1.8 million, nearly double.