Nobleton (Central Ontario, L0G 1N0)
  1. Nobleton Your Host(s): Canada Post Nobleton, Phone: (905) 859-0209 - Leave a Public Review
Nobleton Pop. 3,177. In Reg. Mun. of York, on C. Rds. 11 & 27,45 km. NW of Toronto. Settlement began in 1812, and the place is named after Joseph Noble, an early storekeeper.
  2. Alexis Interiors & Accessories (Kleinburg, 7km) Phone: (905) 893-0550 - Leave a Public Review
  3. Hawthorne House (Kleinburg, 7km) Phone: (905) 893-1059 - Leave a Public Review
  4. Kleinburg (Kleinburg, 7km) Your Host(s): Canada Post Kleinburg, Phone: (905) 893-1044 - Leave a Public Review
Pop. 1,360. Part of the Town of Vaughan in the Reg. Mun. of York on a branch of the Humber R. and C. Rd. 27, 28 km NW of Toronto.
  5. Kleinburg Book Company (Kleinburg, 7km) Phone: (905) 893-3519 - Leave a Public Review
  6. Olde Teddy Bear Shoppe (Kleinburg, 7km) Your Host(s): Paula Romanin, Phone: (905) 893-3590 - Leave a Public Review
  7. Rock of Ages (Kleinburg, 7km) Phone: (905) 893-1022 - Leave a Public Review
  8. Bolton (Bolton, 7km) Your Host(s): Canada Post, Phone: (905) 857-2111 - Leave a Public Review
Pop. 11,353. Part of the Town ofCaledon, Reg. Mun. of Peel, on the Humber R. and C. Rds. 9, 11 & 50, 35 km. NE of Brampton.
  9. Bolton Fall Fair (Albion & Bolton Agricultural Society) (Bolton, 7km) Phone: (905) 880-0857 - Leave a Public Review
Enjoy the Fair season throughout Ontario and congratulate the organizers on the hard work and dedication of showcasing rural Ontario.
  10. Chez Thrift (Bolton, 7km) Phone: (519) 951-2300 - Leave a Public Review
  11. Seasons Gallery (Bolton, 7km) Phone: (905) 857-0015 - Leave a Public Review
  12. Wildfield (Bolton, 7km) Your Host(s): Canada Post Bolton, Phone: (905) 857-5934 - Leave a Public Review
Pop. 300. In Albion and Toronto Gore Ts., Peel Region on C. Rds. 8 & 14, 10 km NW of Woodbridge.
  13. Dunkerron (Schomberg, 12km) Your Host(s): Canada Post Schomberg, Phone: (905) 939-7704 - Leave a Public Review
Pop. 14. In West Gwillimbury T., Simcoe C. on C. Rd. 27, 42 km NW of Toronto.
  14. Lloydtown (Schomberg, 12km) Your Host(s): Canada Post Schomberg, Phone: (905) 939-7704 - Leave a Public Review
Pop. 248. In King T., Reg. Mun. of Y ork on the west branch of the Holland R. and C. Rd. 16, just SW of the junction ofHwy 9 and C. Rd. 27, 47 km. NW of Toronto.
  15. Pottageville (Schomberg, 12km) Your Host(s): Canada Post Schomberg, Phone: (905) 939-7704 - Leave a Public Review
Pop. 1,240. In the Reg. Mun. of York, on C. Rd. 16,58 km. N of Toronto. The post office was opened in 1876. The community was named after Edward Pottage, a bailiff and leading citizen, who lived in the village 1844-1879.
16. Schomberg (Schomberg, 12km) Your Host(s): Canada Post Schomberg, Phone: (905) 939-7704 - Leave a Public Review
Pop. 950. In King T., York C. on Hwy 9 and C. Rd. 27, 44 km. of Toronto. In 1860 the place was named Brownsville in honour of brothers Garrett, John, Robert and Thomas Brown, early settlers from Pennsylvania.
17. Schomberg Agricultural Fair (Schomberg Agricultural Society) (Schomberg, 12km) Phone: (905) 939-8283 - Leave a Public Review
Come help Celebrate our 161st year.
  18. Sheena's Kitchen (Schomberg, 12km) Phone: (905) 939-4640 - Leave a Public Review
  19. Woodbridge (Woodbridge, 14km) Your Host(s): Canada Post Woodbridge, Phone: (905) 265-8082 - Leave a Public Review
Pop. 19,800. Part of the Town of Vaughan, Reg. Mun. 01 York on the Humber R. and C. Rds. 7 & 17, 26 km NW of Toronto.
  20. Woodbridge Fair (Woodbridge Agricultural Society) (Woodbridge, 14km) Phone: (905) 265-1782 FAX: (905) 851-0704 - Leave a Public Review
Enjoy the Fair season throughout Ontario and congratulate the organizers on the hard work and dedication of showcasing rural Ontario.
  21. King City (King City, 11km) Your Host(s): Canada Post King City, Phone: (905) 833-5303 - Leave a Public Review
King City, Nobleton, Schomberg, Pottageville
22. Township of King (Lower Tier York) (King City, 11km) Your Host(s): Municipal Administration, Toll Free Phone: (800) 688-5013 FAX: (905) 833-2300 - Leave a Public Review
  23. Kettleby (Kettleby, 14km) Your Host(s): Daisy Mart Convenience Stores, Phone: (905) 841-3078 - Leave a Public Review
Pop. 175. InKing T., Reg. Mun. of York on C. Rd. 55,1 km E of Hwy 400, 26 km N of Toronto.
  24. Maple (Maple, 12km) Your Host(s): Maple Community Centre, Phone: (905) 832-2377 - Leave a Public Review
Pop. 2,500. Part of the Town of Vaughan, Reg. Mun. of York on C. Rds. 6 & 25, 29 km. N of Toronto.
  25. Palgrave (Palgrave, 15km) Your Host(s): Canada Post Palgrave, Phone: (905) 880-0531 - Leave a Public Review
Pop. 856. In the Reg. Mun. of Peel, on the Humber R. and C. Rd. 50, 43 km NW of Brampton.
  26. Colgan (Tottenham, 18km) Your Host(s): Canada Post Tottenham, Phone: (905) 936-2737 - Leave a Public Review
Pop. 229. In Tecumseth T., Simcoe C., on C. Rd. 14, 2 km NE of Orangeville.
27. Hockley (Tottenham, 18km) Your Host(s): Canada Post Tottenham, Phone: (905) 936-2737 - Leave a Public Review
Pop. 320. In Adjala T., Simcoe C., on the Nottawasaga R. and C. Rd. I, 44 krn NW of Brampton. The post office was established as Hockley in 1863 after Thomas Hockley, a local mill operator during the last half of the 19th century.
28. Stanton - Historical Post Office (Tottenham, 18km) Your Host(s): Canada Post Tottenham, Phone: (905) 936-2737 - Leave a Public Review
  29. Tottenham and New Tecumseth (Tottenham, 18km) Your Host(s): Canada Post Tottenham, Phone: (905) 936-2737 - Leave a Public Review
Pop. 4,322. In Tecumseth T., Simcoe C., on C. Rd. 10,48 km SW of Barrie. John Tegart, who arrived in 1823, was the first settler.
  30. Townsend (Tottenham, 18km) Your Host(s): Nanticoke City Admin. Offices, Phone: (519) 587-4600 - Leave a Public Review
Pop. 794. Part of the Town of Simcoe, Reg. Mun. of Haldimand Norfolk, on Nanticoke Cr. and C. Rd. 74,17 km NE of Simcoe.
31. Town of Aurora (Lower Tier York) and the Aurora Fair (Aurora, 18km) Your Host(s): Aurora Municipal Department, Phone: (905) 727-1375 - Leave a Public Review
Enjoy the Fair season throughout Ontario and congratulate the organizers on the hard work and dedication of showcasing rural Ontario.
  32. Where Angels Gather (Aurora, 18km) Phone: (905) 841-0055 - Leave a Public Review
  33. Brampton Fair (Region of Peel Agricultural Society) (Caledon, 17km) Phone: (905) 843-0210 FAX: (905) 843-0215 - Leave a Public Review
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  34. Caledon Village and Caledon Fair (Caledon Agricultural Society) (Caledon, 17km) Phone: (519) 925-3461 - Leave a Public Review
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  35. Mono Mills (Caledon, 17km) Your Host(s): Canada Post Caledon, Phone: (519) 927-5411 - Leave a Public Review
Pop. 755. In Mono T., Dufferin C., on the Humber R. and Hwy 9 and Airport Rd., 9 km NE of Orangeville.
36. Sand Hill (Historical Post Office) Peel Region (Caledon, 17km) Your Host(s): Canada Post, Phone: (905) 857-2111 - Leave a Public Review
37. Town of Caledon (Lower Tier Peel) (Caledon, 17km) Your Host(s): Margaret Dunn Library, Phone: (905) 843-0457 - Leave a Public Review
Caledon Pop. 39,837. On the Credit R. and Hwy 10,24 km NW of Brampton.
  38. Langstaff (Richmond Hill, 17km) Your Host(s): Canada Post Richmond Hill, Phone: (905) 508-4709 - Leave a Public Review
Pop. 1,095. Part of the Towns of Vaughan and Markham, Reg. Mun. of York on Hwy 407 and C. Rds. 1 & 7. Named after John Langstaff of Amboy, NJ, who settled in 1808 and was the first teacher in the local school.
  39. Oak Ridges (Richmond Hill, 17km) Your Host(s): Canada Post Richmond Hill, Phone: (613) 838-5621 - Leave a Public Review
Pop. 2,500. Part of the Town of Richmond Hill in the Reg. Mun. of York, on C. Rds. 1& 11,32 km.. N of Toronto.
  40. Snowball (Richmond Hill, 17km) Your Host(s): Canada Post Richmond Hill, Phone: (613) 838-5621 - Leave a Public Review
Pop. 180. In King T., York C. on C. Rd. 53, 3 km. W of Aurora. First known as Coates' Corners and then Hainstock's Corners, the community got its present name in 1850.