Mono, Ontario is a gorgeous rural community that has a lot to offer. Whether it is amazing views or the abundance of recreation, its rolling landscape offers so much to see and do.
In Mono, you will find rolling hills of the gentle gurgling streams and creeks which form the headwaters of the Humber and Credit rivers. It also forms a portion of the headwaters of the Grand River, which flows into Lake Erie. Mono is a natural beauty with boundless recreational opportunities. The spectacular landscape of the Niagara Escarpment provides breathtaking views and trails for summer hikers and winter sports enthusiasts.
Visit Hockley Valley! The Bruce Trail enter Mono at highway 9, just east of Airport Road and then meanders over the countryside through two provincial parks. Hockley Valley Resort is favoured for its golfing in the summer and skiing in the winter. It’s a great place to visit for weekend getaways.
This lovely pastoral setting just north of Toronto presents residents and visitors with a thousand shades of green in the summer and a thick blanket of sparkling snow in the winters. It has a diverse landscape with deep river valleys and an abundance of freshwater streams, cliffs and crevices.