Bowling Green, Amaranth Ontario – Real Estate Information
Bowling Green, Ontario is a short drive to so many parks, lakes, bays, trails, and yet the many conveniences of downtown are not far away; including Orangeville Mall, Best Buy, healthcare and other services, grocery stores. The shopping, places to eat, as well as the things to see and do are honestly endless and right at your fingertips. Read about realtors in Amaranth and how we can help you find your perfect property.
History of Bowling Green, Ontario
Tree-lined roads with glimpses of wildlife all over taking advantage of the natural landscape. Grand Valley Crane Rental hosts a local annual duck race, which highlights the true togetherness of this small, rural community.
Bowling Green is a rural community (originally called Jellyville) located at 8th line and 10 sideroad. The post office was established on January 1, 1870 and the first postmaster was William B. Jelly. The office closed on December 15, 1915. “…Connerville was suggested by the other early settler, Mr. Conner. The matter was settled by a Mr. Mole donating a jug of whisky for the two men to share if he was allowed to name the office. He gave the name Bowling Green for a “pretty place” he had visited in the United States.”