An Adult Lifestyle Community Without Comparison.
Amazing Vistas and Exclusive Amenities.
Designed to foster a strong sense of community, this mix of houses and apartments include exclusive access to a centrally located Rec Center. Come see why you should be taking full advantage of the amazing vistas and natural features north Woodstock can offer.
David Lowes Memorial Park
The David Lowes Memorial Park is a three acre public park located at the
heart of The Villages of Sally Creek. The Park is named after Mr. David Lowes who was instrumental to the creation of The Villages and was a well known philanthropist, raising millions of dollars for the Woodstock Hospital Foundation. We are honoured to have a park in his name. The park includes playground equipment and will feature a paved community track and a community garden that is converted to an ice rink in the winter.
Sally Creek Golf Course
Crafted with the assistance of Mother Nature, Sally Creek is one of Ontario’s premier nine-hole facilities with four sets of tees, spanning 3027 yards at the tips to 2127 yards at the front. This presents a challenge to players of all abilities, whether you’ve golfed your entire life or have just begun to appreciate the walk in a beautiful park.
Sally Creek a 9 hole golf course with challenging holes and its stunning backdrops provide a golf experience leaving you wanting more. Enjoy this hidden gem, one of the best conditioned tracks available to the public in Southern Ontario.Book a Tee Time
Woodstock is comprised of a rich tapestry of rural living and large city amenities. From the newly constructed Woodstock Memorial Hospital to family splash pad water parks, Woodstock is a small community that has a lot to offer. Visit the weekend farmer’s market, or take time to tour one of the many cultural heritage sites throughout the downtown area, Woodstock welcomes you.
The Villages of Sally Creek features walking trails and cross-country skiing trails that are groomed.
Woodstock and Oxford County has a variety of many beautiful scenic trails. There are a couple within walking distance from the community.
The Millennium Trail System
The trail follows the banks of the Thames River, through mixed hardwood and softwood forests and marshlands. Hikers may spot the occasional deer, beaver, blue heron and other interesting wildlife.
Once a rail line from Stratford to Port Dover, it now a rich trail used by cyclists, walkers, and birdwatchers. Hickson trail goes from Pittock Park Rd., north to Braemar Side Rd.