The Town of Mono stretches from Highway 9 to Highway 89 with Adjala-Tosorontio on its east border and Amaranth to the west. Mono is best known for its rural properties, spectacular landscape of the escarpment, rolling tree-coved hills, farm and small settlements, which are crisscrossed by creeks and streams which form the headwaters of Nottawasaga, Humber, Grand and Credit rivers. Mono Cliffs Provincial Park contains part of the Niagara Escarpment, the perfect spot for summer and winter activities and watching the leaves change in autumn.
The original Township of Mono was incorporated in 1850, although mention was made as far back as 1821 in legislation that created Simcoe County. Simcoe County was later divided along with Wellington County to form the Dufferin County. In 1999, it was renamed from Township of Mono, now officially know as the Town of Mono.
Mono's residents live on farms, rural estates and in small settlements. Mono Centre, Hockley and Camilla are just some of the small communities which lie within the Town of Mono. Picturesque landscape, homes tucked away from view, this small community surrounded by an abundance of nature is the perfect combination of country living.
Local Highlight: Mono Cliffs
Mono Cliffs Provincial Park lies within the rural town of Mono, along the Bruce Trail. It is part of the Niagara Escarpment Parks System, and the escarpment Biosphere Reserve. With a variety of trails and landscape, Mono Cliffs provides the perfect location for anyone looking to enjoy nature. It features impressive cliffs, staircases and breathtaking lookouts and 19 kms of trails to explore.