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Just a 30-minute drive from the GTA and yet worlds away from the hustle and bustle of city life, you will find Tottenham, a destination for those seeking the spirit of small town living.
The Deer Springs Community currently is home to over 450 families who take pride in their neighbourhood. It is the local amenities that define an exceptional local community where families can easily spend quality time together, keeping busy year-round with summer’s little league or winter’s hockey season. Baseball diamonds, arenas, library, and recreation are all minutes away from Deer Springs.
The Town of New Tecumseth was created in January 1991 and encompasses the former municipalities of the Town of Alliston, Villages of Beeton and Tottenham, and Tecumseth Township. Tottenham is located between Bolton and Alliston and is accessible by Highways 50, 27, 400 and 9.
Straddling the Oak Ridges Moraine, and centrally located between Bolton, Schomberg, Bradford, Alliston and Orangeville, Deer Springs is truly a colourful place to live. A vibrant community painted with a palette of timeless architectural charm, Deer Springs is a neighbourhood where little ones can play in the lawn while you sit and relax on the front porch.
Tottenham is home to the South Simcoe Railway's historic steam train, a popular tourist attraction that brings people from around the world to the Town. The restored 1920's coaches travel over the rails of a century-old branch line that once connected Hamilton with Barrie and Collingwood.
The Tottenham Conservation Area boasts 41 acres of prime parkland and overlooks a magnificent pond. The park offers camping facilities, fishing, nature trails and a pavilion that can be reserved for private occasions such as business retreats, family reunions and picnics.
The community of Tottenham also hosts many annual events that foster community engagement, including Tottenham Community Week that is Celebrating 53 Years of Family and Community Spirit, as well as the Bluegrass Festival that is held Annually in June at the Tottenham Conservation Area.