Bloom Oshawa retirement community neighbourhood

Just a short 45-minute drive from Toronto, Oshawa is generally viewed as the eastern anchor of the Greater Toronto  Area and the Golden Triangle. The city is a small jewel with an astonishing number of sights to see and things to do. 

Eco-protected areas, an art gallery, a botanical garden, skiing and the Oshawa Generals OHL junior hockey team are just a few of the highlights.

RESTAURANTS

In addition to the delicious meals you’ll enjoy at Bloom Oshawa, restaurants and cafés are just steps away. What’s more, culinary delights abound just minutes away in Oshawa. Chinese, Indian, Persian, Canadian, seafood, steakhouses, and restaurants featuring local ingredients are all available nearby. Many of them deliver. 

SHOPS

Several shops are close at hand for everyday items, and, not much further away there are a multitude of malls with big-box stores, food courts, specialty stores and more. 

Transportation

Bus stops are just steps away. Car rental and limousine services are available at any time. If you have access to a car, it’s just a few minutes’ drive to Highway 407, which will take you anywhere you want to go. 

GREEN SPACES

Green spaces are important for our quality of life. Right outside your front door, enjoy Bloom Oshawa’s beautiful landscaping and sheltered walkways. A little further afield, you can explore provincial parks, botanical gardens and a wildlife reserve.

Just a short trip from the
Bloom Oshawa retirement community

Canadian Automotive Museum
Parkwood Estate National Historic Site
Great Lakes Waterfront Trail
Oshawa Generals hockey team
Robert McLaughlin Gallery
Darlington Provincial Park
Oshawa Valley Botanical Garden
McLaughlin Bay Wildlife Reserve