Main street shopping and dining in Georgina
Geographically, Georgina is one of the largest municipalities in York Region, situated just one hour north of Toronto on the southeast shore of Lake Simcoe. It is made up of three larger communities and smaller hamlets. Jackson's Point, Keswick and Sutton are business improvement areas
(BIAs) and offer walkable downtown shopping and dining experiences close to Lake Simcoe. The main street in the community of Pefferlaw also has walkable shops and dining options near the Pefferlaw Dam and river.
Jackson's Point (BIA)
Jackson’s Point is a walkable waterfront destination with direct access to Lake Simcoe. It features a parkette, nearby beaches, resorts, and bed and breakfast accommodations, and attracts visitors for boutique shopping and a variety of dining experiences. Jackson’s Point – Ontario’s first cottage country – is home to Sibbald Point Provincial Park
, York Region’s only harbour and renowned golfing
Keswick is Georgina’s largest commercial business area. Visitors have access to all of the essentials, as well as unique shopping and dining experiences. Keswick is home to Georgina’s Stephen Leacock Theatre
, Military Museum
, and the ROC
Sutton is a historic commercial centre with small-town charm. It is accessible for pedestrians, day trippers and boaters alike. Many people choose to visit Sutton for its unique shopping and dining experiences, and facades that represent it’s historic roots. Sutton is home to the Georgina Farmers’ Market
and Georgina Art Centre & Gallery
The unique charm of Pefferlaw hasn’t changed much since its founding almost two centuries ago. With a number of historic buildings still standing, Pefferlaw downtown combines history with modern-day living. Slow down and set your own pace as you walk the historic streets of Pefferlaw.
For more information on things to do throughout Georgina, where to dine or shop, visit our Tourist Information Centre at 20849 Dalton Rd. in Sutton.
Below are some links to help you navigate your visit: