Life by the beautiful Credit River
Halton Hills, with a population of 47,600, is home to two urban centers, Georgetown and Acton. The surrounding natural environment and rural setting consists of a diversity of hamlets and rural communities which offer a comfortable lifestyle with an endless selection of leisure activities to suit your needs. The municipality owns 533 acres of parks and green space for your enjoyment. The town is well served with sports and recreational facilities.

A short 10 minute walk from the Barber Mill Condominiums is the Go Station, providing train and bus service to the province's capital. Several historic villages and hamlets including Glen Williams, Limehouse, Norval, Terra Cotta and Stewarttown are nestled amongst the natural features of the Credit River, as well as the many other valleys and streams of the surrounding Niagara Escarpment .

Explore nature trails along the Credit River Footpath, situated on the doorstep of The Barber Mill site. The Credit River Footpath is a side trail of the Bruce Trail, which spans 780 kilometers across southern Ontario. A scenic walk for bird watchers and hikers alike, one can travel south along the trail to explore the natural vista created by the Credit River Watershed or visit the historic ruins of the hydro dynamo downstream built in the last century.