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Clarington Average Selling Price in October: $507,500

  • Detached: $585,000
  • Semi-Detached: $410,000
  • Townhouse: $421,500
  • Condo: $315,000

Welcome to The Municipality of Clarington!

Clarington, ON is a place where you can enjoy city life… then escape to the beauty of nature and the rolling countryside to relax. Clarington is home to a vibrant arts community, as well as a rich history and heritage. But there’s so much more. You can spend a day at a Lake Ontario waterfront beach, or escape to a network of trails that delve into some of Durham Region’s most beautiful woods and natural areas. Enjoy playgrounds, sports fields and facilities, or let your dog off the leash at a dog park. Clarington truly is a great place to work and do business—and play and be active! Choose one of Clarington's lovely neighbourhoods to call home today!

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Why Do Residents Choose Clarington?


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Diverse Living

Spread across 612 square kilometres of land, Clarington is a highly diverse municipality that spans rolling country landscape in hamlets like Kirby, embraces the small-town charm of towns like Newcastle, bustles with vibrant urban energy in Bowmanville, or simply embodies the laid-back beach lifestyle of rural waterfront hamlets like Port Granby. Here, you’ll find thriving downtowns filled with events and entertainment, beautiful farmland, and over 30 kilometres of relaxing waterfront beaches, parks, trails, and bluffs along the Lake Ontario waterfront.

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Things to Do

With so many unique towns within its territory, Clarington is a truly vibrant municipality filled with options for entertainment. There’s plenty of golf to be enjoyed. There’s tasting local flavors or sampling local brews in historic downtown Bowmanville or Newcastle. Of course, there’s the popular Canadian Tire Motorsport Park, located in Bowmanville, a multi-functional race track, event centre, and concert venue.

And of course, there are events, events, and more events! AppleFest in Bowmanville, the Orono Fair, concerts in the park, Canada Day Celebrations, Newcastle Artist & Artisan Show, Summerfest, Wooden Boat Festival, Bacon, Beer & Cider Festival, live music at local bars, FIVE Christmas parades… with so much going on, you can always find something fun to enjoy!

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Arts & Heritage

Clarington is home to two well-known art galleries filled with exhibits of local art of various mediums, as well as lessons and programs for all ages. There are also several museums and heritage buildings, beautiful historic buildings, and year-round exhibits and educational programs at the Clarington Museums and Archives.

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Parks and Outdoors

Come and enjoy nature in Clarington! It’s home to over 21 km of off-road recreational trails, most located in creek valleys or along the waterfront. You can also explore beautiful nature trails at the Long Sault, Westside Marshes and Enniskillen Conservation Areas, as well as the Orono Crown Lands, Ganaraska Forest, and along the Oak Ridges Moraine. And there are plenty of waterfront parks and trails throughout Clarington, such as the Darlington Provincial Park, the Courtice Waterfront Trail, the Samuel Wilmot Nature Area, or the Port Darlington Harbour Conservation Area.

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Facilities & Recreation

Enjoy recreation all year-round, indoors and out! Clarington is home to numerous recreational facilities that offer amenities such as swimming pools, ice pads, fitness centres, gyms, squash courts, indoor fields, and more. You can enjoy programs for all ages—like group fitness classes, kids camps and programs, swimming, skating, drop-in sports, arts and music, and more. Additionally, the Clarington Library offers a variety of adult and children’s programs for all age groups and interests.

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Employment & Economy

Clarington is home to top employers such as the Darlington Nuclear Generating Station, General Motors Canada, and other large and medium-sized manufacturing businesses.

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Education in Clarington

Clarington students are served by several local school districts, including Kawartha Pine Ridge District School Board, Peterborough Victoria Northumberland and Clarington Catholic District School Board, Conseil Scolaire de District Catholique Centre-Sud (French Language Separate School), and Conseil Scolaire Viamonde (French Language Public School).


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Clarington at a Glance

Want to know even more about residential life in this outstanding city of beautiful homes, friendly faces, and big opportunities? You don’t have to look far! As your Durham Region experts, we know all the insider details! Feel free to contact us with any questions you might have!

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Quick Facts

Population: 84,548
Growth Since 2006: 8.6%
Region: Durham
Province: Ontario

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Travel Times

Toronto: 1 hr
Public Transit: Durham Region Transit (bus), GO Transit (train)
Airport: Toronto Pearson
Major Roads: 401, 115


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