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Aberfoyle is known as the administrative centre for the Township of Puslinch and is home to the Administrative Office, Fire Station, Puslinch Community Centre, and the Optimist Recreation Centre. The charming community of Aberfoyle is located at the headwaters of Mill Creek, which is approximately ten kilometres south of the City of Guelph. The community was first settled in the 1840s and was named after the village of Aberfoyle in Scotland.

Every Sunday, beginning early spring until late fall, the Aberfoyle Antique Market offers a fascinating array of artifacts and collectibles that attract antique lovers from all over Southwestern Ontario. For many, the Antique Market offers a trip down memory lane; where you can find handcrafted keepsakes. This venue is perfect for those who like one of a kind items and conversation starting artistic statement pieces. Just around the corner from the Aberfoyle Antique Market is Aberfoyle's Farmers' Market where vendors sell local Ontario produce, baked goods, crafts, etc.

Aberfoyle is famous for its bottled spring water, which was formerly bottled by Aberfoyle Spring Water until the company was bought from NestlĂ© in 2002. Other features of the community include Aberfoyle Public School in the Upper Grand District School Board and local restaurants such as the Aberfoyle Mill and The Village Grill.