Vibrant and rich in nature, Maple is a family-friendly community sitting on the north-east end of Vaughan between Richmond Hill and Kleinburg. This community has transformed into an energetic entertainment hotspot in Vaughan, with exciting developments in the real estate market.
Maple is home to many residential structures mainly of large townhomes and detached estates. The neighborhood is especially attractive to those who work in Downtown Toronto due to the presence of the Maple GO Train Station.
The Maple Lifestyle
Maple is considered a suburban area. From retail stores to parks, recreational facilities and schools, Maple has an interesting community feel to it. Residents come from diverse ethnicities, with the community’s diversity shining through in local stores and restaurants. By one survey, the population is 50% families, 25% singles, and 25% couples.
Landmarks and Recreation in Maple
Maple’s biggest attraction is the hugely popular Canada’s Wonderland. A stunning 330-acre theme park, Canada’s largest amusement park is filled with rollercoasters, thrill rides, family-friendly rides, kid rides, pools, a water park, and a ton of seasonal and not-so seasonal events and shows among others.
Going beyond the wonderland, Maple is a friendly community for lovers of greenspaces. Amongst the selection of parks – with plenty of green and an assortment of sporting amenities – are the Maple Reservoir Park, Mackenzie Glen District Park, Melville Park, Routley Park, etc.
The community also features a Community Centre, with a variety of activities ranging from hockey to bowling, swimming, skating, indoor cycling, fitness classes, and a games area. Also of interest to families is the Sports Village with a selection of indoor and outdoor games arenas and classes.