The Township of Mulmur lies in the northeast corner of the County of Dufferin. Approximately half of the township of Mulmur is made up of the Niagara Escarpment. It is a UNESCO designated World Biosphere Preserve. The township was settled in the 1830’s and was primarily an agricultural economy of family farms. Today it has many
country retreats for families with a Toronto base and is home for people who commute to the city or work in local industries such as Honda in Alliston. Mulmur features rivers, steep hills, plunging valleys and wide, rolling plains suited to raising cattle and feed grain. It is also known for expansive views and fresh air. If you need to decompress your life and enjoy natural beauty and privacy, Mulmur is a perfect place to live. To experience it’s beauty first-hand, book an adventure with one of Mulmur’s
many horseback riding facilities. A wide variety of outdoor activities such as cross-country skiing, hiking or biking are all ideally suited to the area. If history and education is your cup of tea, stop in at the Dufferin County Museum & Archives, located at the corner of highway 89 & Airport Road and discover Dufferin County history. If all you want is a little relaxation, Mulmur offers peaceful fishing spots located on the Boyne and Pine Rivers which were once used to power the mills in the region.