A town that’s picture perfect and business ready

Working hard is easy when you’re doing it somewhere as pretty as Paisley in the municipality of Arran-Elderslie, Bruce County. Every picture is framable here, with Paisley’s downtown hub hosting well cared-for Victorian storefronts on the edge of the Saugeen and Teeswater Rivers. The ability to work, live and eat local is of great pride to residents, retailers and restaurateurs alike. Tourism business ventures are successful thanks to the natural camping and canoeing opportunities. And the Bruce County Rail Trail that circles Paisley, with its trestle bridges over the rivers, provides the perfect opportunity to stop for five minutes in your busy day and take in the view.

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Interactive map of Paisley Map of South of Ontario Bruce county in white with dynamic content between the different 154 Km 175 Km 131 Km 166 Km 55 Km 202 Km 210 Km 341 Km Barrie Hamilton Kitchener London Owen Sound Sarnia Toronto Windsor Located only a 20-minute drive from the beaches of Saugeen Shores and close enough for a day trip to major commercial hubs such as London and Toronto, Paisley is an accessible, picturesque gem on Bruce County’s map.
Truly enjoying where you work and do business is possible in Paisley, with a healthy blend of outdoor and indoor activities to keep you and your consumers occupied. A picture-perfect Paisley weekend might include a slow stroll through the downtown core, stopping in at one of the shops for a bar of handcrafted soap, or into locally-famous Past Time Goldmine to pick up a board game. The Paisley Farmers Market is a must for all of your dinner needs, which will need to be a hearty meal after exploring the Saugeen Bluffs Conservation Area. And to ensure that you’re just as on top of your work game as you are your exploration, Paisley’s retail strip is home to a local organic coffee roaster.