Stirling-Rawdon is a township in Ontario, located in Hastings County. It was formed in 1998, through the amalgamation of Rawdon Township with the Village of Stirling.
This Community has a growing population of approximately 4,800 (2016).
Watch a Stirling Blues hockey game, play a game of golf at Oak Hills or enjoy one of the local parks.
Stirling was named the 2012 Kraft Hockeyville winner, after gaining nearly 4 million votes. This helped the community demonstrate their commitment to hockey and receive money to upgrade the local arena and sports complex.
Stirling boasts an ample amount of agricultural land and was established as Stirling Agricultural society in 1858.
You can enjoy the Hoard Station farm and agriculture sales barn. The Hoard Station is open year-round, every Tuesday where you can purchase agricultural goods and participate in livestock exchange.
Stirling’s Golf Course, The Oak Hills Golf Course has 50 plus years of history and is Quinte’s only 36-hole golf course. Oak Hills has a quality design with a great layout and beautiful picturesque views.
Whether you're looking for agricultural real estate or even just looking to catch a hockey game, Stirling is an excellent community to provide that for you.