The Township is a diverse, beautiful and predominately rural community, with a central location in Ontario. With a population of 23,000, Oro-Medonte offers the largest geographic area in the County of Simcoe, covering a land mass of 61,000 hectares, stretching from the westerly border with Barrie, the southerly border with Lake Simcoe, the easterly border with Orillia and Severn Township, and the northerly border shared with Tay and Severn Townships.
Oro-Medonte’s prime location with direct access to Highways 11, 12 and 400 provides easy access for transportation of goods to the Greater Toronto Area and north. We are also a convenient and short drive to the cities of Barrie and Orillia.
The Township is also home to the Lake Simcoe Regional Airport; one of the newest and best positioned regional airport facilities in Canada, that is fully serviced by the Canada Border Service Agency, and maintains a Commercial Port-Of-Entry status.
Not only is Oro-Medonte well-suited to be the home of your business, we are also a four-season outdoor recreation destination where you can enjoy a quality of life outside the workplace that is truly unparalleled.
As home to many major events and festivals, a flourishing arts and culture scene, first-class ski resorts and golf courses, waterfront parks and beaches, kilometres of roadways ideal for cycling, and a vast network of hiking and mountain-biking trails, there are activities for all to enjoy.