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Oakville has retained its status as a town, with unique retailers and world-class restaurants in abundance as well as a beautiful waterfront view and tons of pristine waterfront trails to walk, bike, or just sit and enjoy. Not only are there 87 km of winding waterfront trails between Oakville and Toronto, but this community is home to a collection of sports arenas and clubs, Drive-in theatres and plenty of land and waterfront parks to explore. Overnight camping is also available at the beautiful and expansive Bronte Creek Provincial Park. Oakville is located just a 20-minute drive from Toronto, with easy access to the QEW/401, and is ideal for commuters. Its Downtown core offers a more modern feel while retaining a nod to its rich history, relating to its original settlement in 1857. Since Oakville is considered the largest collection of original homes dating to before its official occupation, it is ideal for anyone looking for established neighbourhoods and the charm of older architecture mixed with a modern feel. Whether looking for a beautiful view of Lake Ontario or access to exciting and unique experiences, such as indoor skydiving at IFly or rocking out at one of the popular annual music festivals, Oakville has a huge collection of experiences that can be a great fit for almost anyone.