The Township of Wellesley is a beautiful rural escape within just a 20-minute drive of the cities of Kitchener and Waterloo. It is made up up of the communities of Bamberg, Crosshill, Hawkesville, Heidelberg, Kingwood, Linwood, St. Clements, Wallenstein and Wellesley, and is home to many small businesses mixed together within a thriving farming community.
The Township of Woolwich is home to the Canada’s largest year-round farmers’ market — the St. Jacobs Farmers’ Market — as well as to some amazing Mennonite history and traditions and the only remaining covered bridge in Ontario, the West Montrose Covered Bridge, built in 1881 and known locally as the Kissing Bridge.
Home to Ontario’s first Amish settlement, the Township of Wilmot is a diverse set of communities sharing a proud history. At every turn you’ll find history, beauty and excitement, as well as a great place to live.