Loved by Seniors Neighbourhoods

St. Georges / St. Patrick

Old world charm meets new age eclecticism Some of the most beautiful old houses are found here, in one of Guelph’s old-timer-neighbourhoods – St Georges. Majestic trees along with the Eramosa and Speed rivers adorn backyards big and small. Undergoing intense renewal from big city kids seeking old world charm, the neighbourhood is a patchwork of old and new. But in this eclectic mix of high-end living and industrial revival, the local Portuguese, Italian, and Greek grocers have discerning patrons,... View Article

Old University

Postcard worthy streets. Food for thought. Team Pride. If Downtown is Guelph’s heart, then the Old University is its mind. Best known for the University of Guelph, the Arboretum, and the city’s busy shopping mall, this is where different generations cross paths. Sometimes as proud supporters of the local hockey team (Go Storms Go!). At others, as they find their respective ways to unwind next to the Speed River – kayaking, hiking, lawn bowling, or grabbing their favourite ice cream... View Article

Riverside Park / Victoria North

Wholesome. Diverse. Festive. Part of North end of Guelph, Riverside Park has old-world residential sensibilities and some of Guelph’s original structures. A long standing neighbour of Downtown Guelph, in St. Georges summers are festive with music and aroma in the air. The famous, weekend-long Hillside Jazz festival along the Guelph Lake and the Rib festival in the Riverside Park flaunt Guelph’s community and family orientation. Daily visitors of Riverside Park have their own agendas – paying a routine visit to... View Article

Downtown Guelph

Of arty films, indie stores and eccentric cafes Just as the summer splash pad doubles up as a skating rink, downtown Guelph transforms easily. As the day turns into night, the sounds in this neighbourhood switch from coffee sips and rock, to cocktail clinks and jazz. Professionals seek respite during the work week in open air movie nights at Market Square, live music nights in cafes, or a refreshing run through the historical neighbourhood. Saturdays draw the creme-de-la-creme of morning... View Article