Mono is considered ‘The Heart of the Headwaters’ because it is located on higher land than the rest of Southern Ontario and is surrounded by rolling tree-covered hills. The area is encompassed with streams and creeks that are filled by three different rivers: the Credit, Humber and Nottawasaga. Mono is a rural community in both geography and character and consists of approximately 8,000 residences. Mono Center, Hockley Village and Camilla are some of the settlements within Mono that have rural estate homes, however, many residents live on farms
Mono has beautiful landscapes and can be explored via Mono Cliffs Provincial Park, Monora Park, the Bruce Trail, Hockley Valley Provincial Nature Reserve and many other hiking trails. You can go skiing, golfing, enjoy dinner or stay a night at the Hockley Valley Resort. Go for a wine tasting at Adamo Estate Winery. Have locally grown food at the Mono Cliffs Inn and Black Birch Restaurant. Whether you want to escape here on the weekends, retire here, work from your home or commute to nearby towns and cities – Mono is a wonderful community.
Notes: Mono is under Grand River Conservation Authority and Nottawasaga Conservation Authority