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Preston Towne Centre is a place for people... A place to walk, shop, spend time and enjoy yourself. It is an inviting pedestrian area with an atmosphere that encourages long visits and return visits, with a street scape that sends the message that “your comfort and positive experiences are our top priority." 

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Good food and perfectly crafted beverages is their passion, and it really shows! Come and experience our many great restaurants, pubs, cafes, and bakeries today! You will quickly see and taste why we love the food & atmosphere in Preston!

Retail Shops

Whether you are visiting one of our notable specialty shops, or just browsing store-to-store, the quality and pride the owners have in their products are truly remarkable! Come and visit our great selection of shops today and see why we think they are all incredible!


Experts in their fields, Preston Towne Centre offers an impressive selection of services to both the local community and visitors alike! Come meet with some of the best in the business, proudly located in Preston!


Whether you're planning an outing with friends n’ family or taking a much needed day for yourself,  you will find Preston Towne Centre has plenty to see and do! Check out our attractions to see a full list!

Riverside Park

Riverside Park is a 102-hectare park with a multitude of things to do. You can take a hike along one of the community trails, take in a ball/soccer game, or play on one of its many playground structures. The park also contains a number of picnic areas!

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Dumfries Conservation Area

Dumfries is a 75-hectare conservation area that provides places for outdoor recreation and nature appreciation in the centre of Cambridge. Dumfries is home of the Dumfries Kite Festival, which takes place the first weekend in June.

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Sheave Tower

The 31-ft. Sheave Tower was built by Allan Bowman in 1876 to harness water power, via a pulley and cable, for the 1846 Blair Carlisle grist mill. As Ontario's oldest hydroelectric generating site, Heritage Cambridge restored the tower in 1999 as a passive (non-functioning) display.


Do you want to join a great community who promote all things Preston as a Preston Towne Centre Abasssador? Learn more about the different options and how you can get involved!

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