Living in Warwick
Exciting events, pristine camping, and a deep cultural history. These are just some of the many draws that bring visitors to Watford year-round. Many of the events that take place here draw very large crowds from across the county, including Corn Fest, the Maple Syrup Festival, and the Silverstick Hockey Tournament. Click here to learn more about upcoming events. Warwick also offers a fantastic conservation area with 180 acres of forest, lake, and bike trails, and 181 serviced campsites. Perhaps most fascinating of all, Warwick is home to a number of historical artifacts, including the Max Mobile, one of the world’s first automobiles ever to be built. Click here to check out the Warwick History website, and learn more about Warwick’s cultural history.
Big town access with a small town feel; that is the best way to describe living in Warwick Township. Residents here reap the benefits of a small town: being a part of a tight-knit community, having friendly neighbours, experiencing less traffic and noise, low property taxes, and enjoying an all-around more relaxing way of life. Warwick is a strong rural community with two schools, great recreation and medical facilities, and many service clubs and organizations aimed at a variety of age groups. Residents also reap the benefits of living in close proximity to a number of larger urban areas, with London, Strathroy, Sarnia and the U.S. border all within a 30 minute drive. Truly, living here is the best of both worlds, and residents agree.
Industry & Community Highlights
- Conservation Authority
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|Average time to Toronto||3h 4 min|
|Average time to Detroit||1h 27 min|