Favorite thing: Visit the popular CREEMORE FARMER'S MARKET, an open-air market held on Saturdays from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. starting May to October. On the day we went there was a nice selection of fresh produce, home-made jams and cookies and a few arts & crafts.
Nestled in the old May Hardware Store in downtown Creemore, you'll find one of Ontario's premier breweries CREEMORE SPRINGS BREWERY. Brewing beer as they did a hundred years ago, their premium lager is all natural and brewed in small batches using only pure spring water, malted barley, hops and yeast.
You can have a free tour of the brewery and its brand new Copper Kettle and sample the wares, just by stepping in the front door.
Fondest memory: Located on 139 Mill Street, Creemore.
Tours - Tastings - Boutique
"Cree Mohr," meaning a "big heart," was incorporated as a Village in 1890. It all started when a man named Edward Webster founded a flourmill and a sawmill on the south side of the Mad River.
At that time, there were only plans to establish a town or village site and since there was no town council, Edward Webster had to build a wooden bridge himself to serve his customers north of the Mad River. He later laid out a town site naming the streets after his sons and daughters. These were the early beginnings of the Village of Creemore.