Located in Simcoe County, west of Barrie, Clearview Township is an affordable family-friendly community, both rural and agricultural land with scenic natural beauty and rolling hills dotted with small hamlets, towns and villages. It includes the towns of Creemore and Stayner — which give it two rural downtown areas that offer unique and trendy boutique shops and restaurants — as well as the townships of Nottawasaga and Sunnidale.

CREEMORE: Situated in the valley of the Mad and Noisy Rivers, Creemore has become a draw for tourists and “country home” weekenders and retirees. Harrowsmith magazine named Creemore one of the “10 prettiest towns in Canada”.
Creemore’s quaint downtown offers historical buildings, trendy boutiques, restaurants and bistros, arts and crafts from the local artisans, and a busy farmers’ market.  Nearby recreation includes the Highlands Nordic Centre, Golf courses and  Mad River Park. The town best known for the Creemore Springs Brewery, as well as for North America’s smallest historical jailhouse dating back to 1892.

STAYNER: Formerly a hub for the Toronto to Collingwood railway and a service area for neighbouring farms, Stayner now offers unique shops, restaurants and recreation. opportunities, Real estate includes historic homes and new home developments. The Clearview Community Theatre and Stayner Station Park host festivals throughout the year.

Additional communities in Clearview include Avening, Batteaux, Brentwood, Cashtown Corners, Dunedin, Duntroon, Glen Huron, Maple Valley, New Lowell, Nottawa, Pretty River Valley, Singhampton, Smithdale, Sunnidale, Sunnidale Corners and Websterville.