Wallaceton is located near the intersection of Huron and Fisher-Hallman Roads – in the heart of the Huron Community in Kitchener. One of Kitchener’s most unique communities, it is bordered by parks and farmlands to the south, as well as shopping centres and highway access to the north – situating Wallaceton in one of the most well-rounded neighbourhoods in the city.
One of the biggest draws to the area is the future RBJ Schlegel Park which will be located opposite Fisher-Hallman Road from Wallaceton and boasts 42 acres of outdoor park space as well as a recreation centre. The park will feature plenty of open activity space, two soccer fields, paved pathways, play structures and more.
North of Wallaceton is a major shopping destination for all your necessities, including Sobeys and FreshCo, your major banks, restaurants, bakeries, Starbucks, and more. Continue in that direction, 6-minutes from Wallaceton, and you will arrive at Highway-8. Highway-401 is also nearby, approximately 7-minutes drive west of Wallaceton and you’ll arrive at the 401.
In addition to two new schools being built adjacent to Wallaceton, there are many other schools – Public, Catholic, and private – in the vicinity. In addition to the nearby schools are the colleges and universities that Kitchener-Waterloo is known for, including Conestoga College, University of Waterloo, and Wilfrid Laurier University.
Downtown Kitchener is also not too far, only 15 minutes away, giving you access to the VIA Rail Station, GoTrain Station, downtown shops and boutiques and more restaurant options.
Visit the Wallaceton Presentation Centre to learn more about the community: 780 Huron Road, Kitchener.