Cayuga Memorial Arena
Glow Studio & Co
Binbrook Conservation Area
Toronto Motorsports Park
Cayuga Grand Vista Trail
blue barn furnishings
Cayuga Golf Club
Elevate Your Life with Countryside Living.
Singles & Towns
New Homes in Cayuga
Live amongst tranquility in the countryside of Haldimand County. Get swept away by the river-town community charm and local amenities. Thorburn Crossing will feature spacious, contemporary, craftsman-designed towns and single-detached homes. This family-focused community will provide the perfect foundation to enjoy the simple things in life.
The charming town of Cayuga is located at the intersection of HWY 3 and Munsee Street, nestled along the winding Grand River just 15 minutes from Caledonia and Dunnville, 20 minutes from Lake Erie and 30 minutes to Hamilton. Countryside lifestyle is met with the convenience of quaint local restaurants, shops, farmers markets, recreation and education.
Boutiques, Cafes &
Please your palette with an array of local epicurean adventures in the country. Dinner is made easy with takeout from the infamous Talbot Street BBQ, serving incredible southern BBQ. Enjoy date night out at the Twisted Lemon, a hidden fine-dining gem or a delicious lunch and homemade iced tea at the Carolinian Café. Shopping has never been more pleasurable than downtown historical Cayuga featuring boutiques like the Blue Barn Furnishings and local farmers’ markets.
Trails, Parks &
For the outdoor enthusiast, Cayuga has it all. Enjoy canoeing, paddling, fishing, kayaking and boating along the Grand River. Cycle down the trails at Seneca Park’s Riverside Trail. Host a family picnic at Taquanyah Conservation Area and explore the beautiful grounds at the historical Ruthven Park.
Sports, Culture &
Keep your family fit playing hockey across the road at the Cayuga Memorial Arena and cheer your kids on while they play soccer at the Cayuga Soccer Fields. Relax and unwind through a game of golf with your friends or experience an exhilarating afternoon at the Toronto Motorsports Park. Immerse yourself in culture at the Cottonwood Mansion and the Haldimand County Museum.