The area around Stirling is made up of farmlands with some forests heavily in sporadic areas with some hills. Rawdon Creek flows near the village centre, the Marsh Creek is to the west and the Trent River with the Trent Canal in the southwest. Its main industry is agriculture with some other businesses. The attractions are River Valley and Stirling’s nearby lake Oak Lake which lies south of the community.
437 West Front St
Phone: (613) 395 0015
Seniors (60 and over)-$7
Children 5 years to 12 years-$4
Farmtown Park, previously known as the Hasting County Museum of Agricultural Heritage, was opened in 1997 and has 9 buildings that reflect upon the agricultural heritage of the area. Open between Victoria Day and the end of September, some highlights include the dairy museum, steam engine display, tractor building, harvest building and Heritage Village streetscape.
Oak Hills Golf
1538 Frankford-Stirling Road, Stirling
A 36-hole golf course. Chipping & putting practice areas & DRIVING RANGE. Café & Bar with outdoor patio. Recently under new management and fully renovated.
Stirling Festival Theatre
Stirling also boasts a popular hometown theatre which was opened in 1927, but it was hardly used until the formation of the Stirling Performing Arts Committee in 1982. The theatre is home to yearly pantomimes, musicals, comedy shows, and more.
The Stirling Grand Trunk Railway Station
122 North St, Stirling, ON
10 a.m. – 4 p.m.
The station was refurbished in 2008 for the town’s 150th Anniversary celebrations. Situated along the old Maynooth railway line, this architectural piece of history hosts museum tours and visitor information sessions seasonally between Victoria Day weekend and Labour Day.