Cambridge Communities

Home of various trails to connect the three communities, Cambridge is a unique and special place to call home. Hike it, bike it, or kayak it along the Grand River or Speed River that flow throughout the city. Find the community most suited for you! All three areas feature arenas, shopping, outdoor enjoyment and casual communities with historic landmarks to enhance your lifestyle.

HESPELER

PRESTON

GALT

A deeply rooted Community, Hespeler has a strong sense of small-town community that is unwaveringly  loyal to its marketplace, yet inclusively welcoming of visitors to explore its unique history which continues to be its greatest resource.  Cambridge’s Hespeler Village is nestled in the Speed River Valley and features unique shops and dining that creates a small-town vibe. Forbes Park is centrally  located along the Speed River is home to the Hespeler Tennis Club, majestic trails, playground/splash pad and steps away from the Public Library. Hespeler has prided itself on excellence for schooling, an active arena, and minutes to the 401 for commuters.

Preston offers history as one of the oldest settled areas in the Region of Waterloo. Close to Kitchener and the 401, Preston is a convenient spot to commute from, offering interesting shopping, quaint boutiques and unique dining.  It is the home of Riverside Park which has outdoor experiences for the whole family, such as various established sports fields, picnic areas and a fully inclusive playground and splash pad for all ages. Riverside showcases fabulous fireworks throughout the summer statutory holidays. This park meets all the needs you may have when visiting a community park.

A Beautiful mix of architecture and beauty, Galt showcases a stunning downtown with the acclaimed top rated infamous Cambridge Mill, which features an exquisite Sunday brunch, events or evening dining in casual elegance overlooking the Grand River and historic bridges of downtown. Favorite coffee shops in town such as Blackwing and Monograms bring the community together, along with a saturday farmer’s market that is a highlight for residents of the week. Churchill Park is minutes away from downtown, featuring a sports fields, small animal viewing area and playground/splash pad weaved with picnic areas and nature trails.Downtown features a stunning selection of fine shops, restaurants  Art Galleries and a Stunning new library to enjoy, situated in a picturesque and charming setting beside the Grand River.