Glen Abbey is one of the first truly planned communities in Oakville and home to the world famous Glen Abbey Golf Club. Most homes here were built in the 80’s and 90’s, with a few newer builds. Glen Abbey offers maturity by way of landscaping and tree canopies.
The lovely Glen Abbey community in the heart of Oakville is located about a 30 minute drive from downtown Toronto and about a 1 hour drive from Niagara Falls.
From the famous Glen Abbey Golf Course to countless trails for walking, biking, hiking or even photography, there is lots to do and plenty of infrastructure including fine restaurants and the quaint ambience of downtown Oakville.
Although Glen Abbey is primarily a residential community there are plenty of year round activities for the whole family.
In Glen Abbey there are a wide variety of after school sports and activities being offered including swimming, martial arts and even fencing!
Also housed in the same complex as the Community Centre is the Oakville Public Library. You can access many of the library’s information online and even access library databases including magazine back issues and statistical databases with a current library card.
From plenty of top notch stores to the quaint landscape and fine restaurants of famous downtown Oakville, our town has an enviable infrastructure and is made up of great people.
Glen Abbey Golf – Canadian Open: The championship returned to the Glen Abbey Golf Club for the 26th time from July 22-28, 2013. Scott Piercy is the 2012 winner of the Canadian Open 2012 which was held at the Hamilton Golf & Country Club in Ontario from July 23-29, 2012.
Oakville’s Glen Abbey golf course was designed by Jack Nicklaus and has been visited by leading celebrity golfers including Vijay Singh, Greg Norman, Lee Trevino, Curtis Strange and Tiger Woods with his famous fairway bunker shot.