Explore Waterdown 2017-02-17T18:19:23+00:00

Waterdown “on the Hill” really has it all!

Welcome to the Waterdown BIA website. Waterdown is a quaint and quiet village with all the amenities of a modern city within easy reach. We are a rapidly growing community nestled at heart of the Golden Horseshoe between Hamilton to the west and Burlington and the GTA to the east, above the QEW.   Perched atop the Niagara Escarpment, Waterdown residents live an idyllic lifestyle of small town warmth mixed with modern conveniences.   Shopping, dining, theatre and cultural events are available year round.   We are just a short drive away from Oakville and Burlington, Milton, Guelph and the rest of Hamilton.   Come and be charmed by the friendly ambiance of our local shops, spas and eateries, and take part in the many family-oriented events Waterdown has to offer.


Memorial Hall, home of the Waterdown Village Theatre.


Enjoy local village theatre productions (visit www.villagetheatrewaterdown.ca) for more information.

The local Branch of the Royal Canadian Legion has weekly entertainment. Everyone is welcome (visit www.waterdownlegion.ca) for more information.

The two local Rotary Clubs sponsor an annual 0’Canada Day Ribfest that attracts thousands of people every year (visit www.ohcanadaribfest.ca) for more information.

The Waterdown BIA presents Movies in Memorial Park every summer.  Check the events listing for details.  Every Christmas the BIA presents the Annual Christmas Tree Lighting  ceremony, the region’s only evening Santa Claus Parade, and the annual Choral and Candle Walk.

The world famous African Lion Safari is just a short drive from downtown Waterdown and continues to excite children of all ages (visit www.lionsafari.com) for more information.


The BIA sponsored Saturday morning Waterdown Farmers’ Market, runs from late May through to late October. You’ll find it at the Royal Canadian Legion parking lot (79 Hamilton St. N.). The Market features the best locally grown and produced wares rural Flamborough has to offer.


From fine dining to traditional British fare and everything in between. Check the Business Directory for a complete list of options.


Women’s clothing, bridal shops, giftware and artisan jewellery, artisan chocolate, pastries and baked goods can be found in the quaint owner-operated shops along Dundas Street in the heart of the village. You will also find British imports (candy and gifts), pottery, and bikes.  Check out the Business Directory for a complete list of of local businesses.