Elmvale is a small community in Ontario’s Springwater Township. It’s 20 minutes north of Barrie, near the intersection of County Road 27 and County Road 92 (Queen Street). As of 2016, Elmvale has a population of 2,314 people.Elmvale is near Ossossane, the largest Wendat village and the confederacy’s capital.Elmvale, Ontario, as we know it now, grew up near that location. Their traditional area was known as Wendake.
When the post office was opened in 1859, it was given the name Elmvale. Four Corners, Elm Flats, and Saurin were all prior names for the area.
Elmvale’s two-story brick school, which was partitioned to include secondary students, was built in 1877. Huronia Centennial Public School and Elmvale District High School are the two largest schools in Elmvale Ontario. They are both Simcoe County District School Board members. The public school has one of Ontario’s few marching bands.
The Elmvale Maple Syrup Festival, which goes back to 1966, attracts thousands of tourists each year. There are sugarbush rides, SugarShack goodies, and a lot of pancakes. The festival attracts guests from all throughout the province and beyond, and each year it raises thousands of dollars for local community projects. Every year in the fall, the Elmvale Water Festival takes place to raise awareness about water-quality issues in local politics and agriculture. The Elmvale Jungle Zoo, which houses 300 animals, is also located in Elmvale. Every October, the Elmvale Fall Fair takes place. Craig’s Corn St. John’s United Church (County Road 92) The Palace Tavern is an Irish pub and sports bar in Elmvale, Ontario, Canada. It was founded in 1861 at 13 Queen St W, near Yonge St. The Palace hosts live bands, karaoke, and DJs and is recognised for its events. Elmvale Flea and Farmers Market is one of Ontario’s largest independent flea markets, located on Highway 92.