reconnect with

the great outdoors

With a home at Empire Calderwood, you’ll never be far from nature. Here you can unwind in an intimate community surrounded by lush woods and undisturbed green pastures, spend weekends becoming fully immersed in the beauty of the Welland Canal and exploring the Bruce Trail nearby. Short Hills Provincial Park — a sprawling conservation area with dedicated areas for fishing and trails for hiking, biking and even horseback riding — is under 20 minutes from Calderwood. No matter how you choose to spend your leisure time, Calderwood keeps you connected to some of the province’s most breathtaking features.

URBAN ADVENTURE

JUST MINUTES FROM HOME

Calderwood offers residents easy accessibility to the world-famous Niagara region. Whether you’re looking for excellent shopping opportunities on Lundy’s Lane, kid-friendly entertainment at any one of Clifton Hill’s popular attractions — that range from museums to mini-golf — or awe-inspiring nature at the Falls themselves, Niagara is home to it all.

SCHOOLS FOR YOUR

GROWING FAMILY

Schools play a major role in the growth of your family and are often one of the most important considerations when buying a new home. Empire Calderwood falls under the District School Board of Niagara (DSBN). Click the link below to explore what options are available.

SEE SCHOOLS

post-secondary

education 

Home to some of the best universities and colleges in the country, Southwestern Ontario is a hotbed of post-secondary education options that make the region ripe for academic excellence. Whether you’re looking for flexibility, real life experience or want to make the next big discovery, Brock University, Niagara College, Mohawk College and McMaster University are all within driving distance from Empire Calderwood.

CLOSE TO

WINE COUNTRY

Take advantage of Thorold’s proximity to Niagara-on-the-Lake, which is home to countless excellent and beautiful wineries. Or, stay even closer to home and visit the Lundy Manor Wine Cellars, which has been producing 100 per cent Niagara Wines since its inception in 2012.