Innisfil Heights is an area of more than 1,600 acres, consisting of a wide range of industrial, commercial, and tourism-based land uses on a range of lot sizes. Located right in the Town of Innisfil and inside the County of Simcoe that is bisected by Highway 400—providing high visibility and ideal access to a high volume of users.

We are committed to providing regular updates on available land inventory, with detailed information expected to be available by late 2023. This information will include land sizes, zoning specifications, and other relevant details to assist you in making informed decisions.

Aerial view of industrial park off highway in Innisfil

Location and transportation data

With direct access to one of the busiest, most accessible north/south transportation corridors in the province and development charges among the lowest in the area, Innisfil Heights is an extremely advantageous location to establish your corporate headquarters, particularly for advanced manufacturing, agri-food processing, and logistics companies.

  • Highway 400: From Highway 89 north to Innisfil Beach Road
  • Highway 89: From Highway 400 west to Cookstown settlement boundary
  • Railways: CN Rail, Barrie Collingwood Railway, Canadian Pacific
  • GO Transit Commuter Stations: Barrie South Station, Allandale Station, proposed Innisfil GO station (6th Line and east of 20th Sideroad)
  • Airports: Collingwood Regional Airport, Lake Simcoe Regional Airport, Billy Bishop Airport, Pearson International Airport
  • Ports: Hamilton Port Authority, Port of Toronto, Port of Oshawa

Labour force

  • Labour force within 60 km: Over 500,000 people
  • Innisfil labour force: Over 26,000 people

Top employers

Top companies such as Tempo Flexible Packaging, Joe Johnson Equipment, and Georgian Downs have invested in Innisfil Heights to be near their clients and a highly skilled workforce.

Servicing and infrastructure

  • Municipal water: Available depending on location and requirements
  • Municipal wastewater servicing: TBD
  • Gas provider: Enbridge
  • Power provider: InnPower

Aerial view of industrial park off highway in Innisfil