Shop, dine, bank and more along Plains Road East. Reach bustling Waterdown Village, Downtown Burlington and The Waterfront in just minutes. Looking to venture a little farther? The Aldershot GO Station is practically at your doorstep, plus there is onsite Car Share, and Highways 403, 407 and the QEW are just a short ride away.
Aldershot Village: So Many Possibilities Just a Step Away
From townhomes and condos to an array of irresistible shops and fashionable cafés and eateries, Aldershot Village is becoming a great place to shop, dine and live. More than 250 retail and service providers are already open with many more coming soon, making this Burlington’s fastest growing district.
Whether you are on foot, biking or driving, getting around is easy. The Route 300 bus stops at popular destinations along Plains Road, LaSalle Park, Townsend and Shadeland Avenues, as well as Downtown Burlington. Prefer pedal power? Safe, wide bike lanes and sidewalks await. Looking to get out of town? Just head to the Aldershot GO Station or take the ramps onto Hwy 403 at Waterdown Road to conveniently go anywhere within the Greater Toronto Area.
The West is 1.4 kms from the 57-acre LaSalle Park & Marina, home to the Burlington Sailing & Boating Club and BSBC Sailing School. Hike, bike or walk The Waterfront Trail to Downtown Burlington or The Hamilton Harbourfront Trail. Find a splash pad, wading pool, sports fields, playground, and extensive picnic areas with open parklands at The Waterfront. Head to the beautiful 100-acre Hendrie Valley Sanctuary or stroll through 1,110 hectares of gardens and natural reserves at the Royal Botanical Gardens. Without question, not many neighbourhoods offer all that Aldershot Village and the surrounding areas do!