Innisfil, the Best of Both: Waterfronts & Easy Commutes
Belle Aire Shores has made a significantly positive impact on the lives of many young and mature families looking to relocate to more affordable, less congested and welcoming neighbourhoods. With Phase 1 of Belle Aire Shores' construction complete and Phase 2 progressing well, more families are quickly becoming charmed by the Town of Innisfil’s quaint, prime location. Let's take a closer look at what The Town of Innisfil's Belle Aire Shores has to offer.
Innisfil provides what many overly-saturated neighbourhoods can not—residents and their families can revel in the seasonal activities that the nearby waterfronts and surrounding landscape have to offer, as well as ease in commuting to and from work.
The Belle Aire Shores community is conveniently located a stone's throw from Innisfil Beach Park, as well as neighbouring beaches including Cook's Bay and Lake Simcoe. With year-round recreational programs, local farmers’ markets, endless dog trails and well-maintained parks, skating rinks and state of the art facilities, it's no wonder Innisfil's long list of appealing features trumps the congested suburbs of the GTA.
For summer and winter recreation—including fishing, swimming, boating, park festivals and more—Innisfil Beach Park's access to Lake Simcoe provides a neighbouring beach park that allows residents to experience all the fun and activities that the warm and cooler seasons have to offer without having to travel far from home. Other available activities to the community include fitness, sports parks and complexes, art and educational programs catered to ages starting from preschool to seniors, all taking place in Innisfil's multiple modern recreational facilities.
For professionals who commute to Toronto and the surrounding GTA, they'll be happy to hear the new transit updates revealing an exciting confirmed partnership with Uber, plans for the construction of a new GO Station at 6th Line (walking distance to Belle Aire Shores), as well as on/off ramp access to Highway 400 from 6th Line. Residents also have access to Barrie's South GO Station and Bradford GO Stations, all within close proximity to The Town's center.
Toronto's ever-increasing housing costs and overcrowded communities have left many longing for the quiet, safe and charming neighbourhoods we once knew and still desire to raise our families and retire in. It's near impossible to attribute these quaint qualities to any Toronto or neighbouring suburbs, however, The Town of Innisfil and Belle Aire Shores continues to provide the charm of a small town with multiple surrounding waterfronts, as well as easy access for professionals who need to commute in and out of Toronto and the GTA.