Community

The Seasons Village

The Seasons at a glance

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  • A new 247-acre, Master Planned Community
  • Up to 1,706 homes housing approximately 3,500 residents
  • Located on Little Lake, a protected 323-acre lake featuring boating and fishing
  • 2,300 feet of shoreline featuring 941 feet of lakefront boardwalk
  • 100 acres of natural parkland and greenspace
  • 13 km of planned recreational trails, connected to a broader regional trail network
  • A 10,000 Sq.Ft. Members Club with indoor/outdoor pools, a fitness facility, tennis centre, indoor pickle ball, recreational & meeting rooms
  • Minutes to downtown Midland and Georgian Bay
  • Approximately 90 minutes north of Toronto & 45 minutes from Barrie & Orillia
  • *Dimensions are approximate. Information and specifications subject to change. E & O.E.

A planned Escape

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With the goal of providing its residents every opportunity to connect with their neighbours and enrich their lives, The Seasons has been thoughtfully planned to offer a truly extraordinary collection of activities, clubs, events and conveniences.

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Trails - Hike, bike, bird-watch, snowshoe and walk your dog.
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Boardwalk - Stroll along the banks of Little Lake, all year-around.
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Little Lake - A great place to fish, kayak, paddle-boat and swim!
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Member's Club & Pool - The social hub offering all kinds of activities.
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Tennis Centre - Enjoy some casual games or take a lesson or two.
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Amphitheatre - For community events, like concerts and theatre.
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Community Gardens - A place for neighbours to grow their own produce and flowers.
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Retail Hamlet - A restaurant, cafe, conveniences and services.
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Archaeological Site - A preserved Huron-Wendat First Nation historical site.
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Meadowlark Pond - A scenic pond surrounded by parks and nature.
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Whippoorwill Pond - An active pond for kayaking and pedal-boating.
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Natural Woodlot - Forest and lakefront preserved for the community.

Your Seasons on Little Lake Amenities

  1. Trails:

    Hike, bike, bird-watch, snowshoe and walk your dog.

  2. Boardwalk:

    Stroll along the banks of Little Lake, all year-around.

  3. Little Lake:

    A great place to fish, kayak, paddle-boat and swim!

  4. Member's Club & Pool:

    The social hub offering all kinds of activities.

  5. Tennis Centre:

    Enjoy some casual games or take a lesson or two.

  6. Amphitheatre:

    For community events, like concerts and theatre.

  7. Community Gardens

    A place for neighbours to grow their own produce and flowers.

  8. Retail Hamlet

    A restaurant, cafe, conveniences and services.

  9. Archaeological Site

    A preserved Huron-Wendat First Nation historical site.

  10. Meadowlark Pond

    A scenic pond surrounded by parks and nature.

  11. Whippoorwill Pond

    An active pond for kayaking and pedal-boating.

  12. Natural Woodlot

    Forest and lakefront preserved for the community.

COMMUNITY PARK

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Live for Nature on the shores of Little Lake with a community park that offers an escape for all ages. Relax on the lookout platform or enjoy a quick outdoor exercise, play with the kids in the park or take in some gardening. At The Seasons on Little Lake, nature is just outside your door, all year round.

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Boat Storage - The outdoor boat storage is situated a short distance to the water’s edge and where residents could store and secure their canoes, SUP boards and kayaks.
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Outdoor Fitness Area - The fitness garden offers a fun place for adults to engage in a variety of activities and exercises. Multi-generational units will allow for both safe and effective workout regardless of the age or fitness level of the user. Fitness garden is enveloped by deciduous tree canopies that provide shade and cover in the summer, while allowing sun to warm the space in the fall, winter and early spring. It will allow residents to exercise and socialize, building a stronger community bond.
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Lawn Area - An exclusive open space that acts as passive civic commons and promotes all sorts of ad-hoc activities and casual games. Group yoga, tai-chi, picnics and so much more. Reading and lounging is encouraged through informal and free form place making.
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Children’s Playground - The children’s playground is essentially recreating natural three-dimensional garden conditions. Various elements and components of the playground help children to use their imagination to move beyond the bound of reality.
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Gazebo/Rainwater Collection - The joyful design makes this innovative garden more than a place to grow vegetables. The notably sustainable feature of rainwater collector roof, funnels water to underground cisterns, reducing the reliance on city water to maintain crops.
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Lookout Platform - This lookout platform curates the view and offers a spectacular panoramic views of Little Lake. It provides the perfect place for residents to enjoy birdwatching and some relaxing moments.
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Community Garden - The community garden is a place for growing flowers, herbs and vegetables for the members of the community. It will also become the community’s anchor and showpiece, a place for gardening workshops and events. It is also, of course, a place where many gardeners meet and connect with nature and each other.
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Tool Shed - This is where the community would keep and organize garden tools, grains, soil, and mulch.

Your Seasons on Little Lake Amenities

  1. Boat Storage:

    The outdoor boat storage is situated a short distance to the water’s edge and where residents could store and secure their canoes, SUP boards and kayaks.

  2. Outdoor Fitness Area:

    The fitness garden offers a fun place for adults to engage in a variety of activities and exercises. Multi-generational units will allow for both safe and effective workout regardless of the age or fitness level of the user. Fitness garden is enveloped by deciduous tree canopies that provide shade and cover in the summer, while allowing sun to warm the space in the fall, winter and early spring. It will allow residents to exercise and socialize, building a stronger community bond.

  3. Lawn Area:

    An exclusive open space that acts as passive civic commons and promotes all sorts of ad-hoc activities and casual games. Group yoga, tai-chi, picnics and so much more. Reading and lounging is encouraged through informal and free form place making.

  4. Children’s Playground:

    The children’s playground is essentially recreating natural three-dimensional garden conditions. Various elements and components of the playground help children to use their imagination to move beyond the bound of reality.

  5. Gazebo/Rainwater Collection

    The joyful design makes this innovative garden more than a place to grow vegetables. The notably sustainable feature of rainwater collector roof, funnels water to underground cisterns, reducing the reliance on city water to maintain crops.

  6. Lookout Platform

    This lookout platform curates the view and offers a spectacular panoramic views of Little Lake. It provides the perfect place for residents to enjoy birdwatching and some relaxing moments.

  7. Community Garden

    The community garden is a place for growing flowers, herbs and vegetables for the members of the community. It will also become the community’s anchor and showpiece, a place for gardening workshops and events. It is also, of course, a place where many gardeners meet and connect with nature and each other.

  8. Tool Shed

    This is where the community would keep and organize garden tools, grains, soil, and mulch.

The Seasons on Little Lake | Midland | Hanson Development Group
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Recreation
  1. Midland Boat Cruises
  2. Georgian Bay Rowing Club
  3. Bay Port Yachting Centre Marina
  4. Brooklea Golf and Country Club
  5. Midland Golf and Country Club
  6. North Simcoe Sports and Recreation Center
  7. Midland Curling Club Inc
  8. Bayshore Lanes
  9. Huronia Museum
  10. Midland Public Library
  11. Sainte-Marie Among The Hurons
  12. Galaxy Cinemas
  13. YMCA
  14. Port McNicoll Skyline
  15. Wasaga Beach
  16. Saga Resort
  17. Ride On Rentals
Public Services
  1. Port McNicoll Community Centre
  2. Askennonia Seniors Centre
  3. Canada Post
  4. Midland Police Service
  5. Midland Cultural Center
  6. Town Hall
  7. Post Office
  8. TD Canada Trust
  9. CIBC
  10. Scotiabank
  11. RBC Royal Bank
  12. National Bank
  13. Georgian Bay General Hospital
Schools
  1. Port McNicoll Public School
  2. Huron Park Public School
  3. Georgian College Midland Campus
  4. Midland Secondary School
  5. Mundy?s Bay Public School
Shopping
  1. Foodland
  2. Food Basics
  3. Valu-Mart
  4. Walmart
  5. Bulk Barn
  6. Beer Store (2)
  7. Global Pet Foods
  8. Huronia Mall
  9. Moutainview Mall
  10. LCBO
  11. Peoples Jewellers
  12. The Chop Shop
  13. Home Hardware Building Centre
  14. Canadian Tire
  15. Johnstone?s Music Land
  16. Sports Chek
RESTAURANTS
  1. The Boathouse Eatery
  2. Double Happiness Chinese Restaurant
  3. Lake Gallery Restaurant
  4. The Library Restaurant
  5. Uncle Roy?s Restaurant
  6. Ciboulette Et Cie
  7. Subway Sandwiches
  8. Cakes Plus
  9. Tim Horton's
  10. McDonald?s
  11. The Bar
  12. Lady Bug Cafe
  13. Boston Pizza
  14. Kelsey?s
RELIGIOUS
  1. St. Margaret?s Roman Catholic Church
  2. Martyr?s Shrine
  3. Holy Cross Lutheran Church
  4. Alliance Church
  5. Calvary Baptist Church
  6. Sacred Heart Catholic Church
Parks
  1. Bayview Park
  2. Wye Marsh National Wildlife Area
  3. Mac McAllen Park
  4. David Onley Park
  5. Little Lake park
  6. Talbot Park
  7. Galloway Park

Partnerships

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The Seasons on Little Lake is excited to announce the current partnerships that have been established to date. These partnerships will provide residents at The Seasons exclusive offers and incentives. We are continually working with local community organizations and establishments in the Southern Georgian Bay area to secure partnerships that our residents will be able to enjoy.

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