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North of Kitchener by a little under 7 km, the community of Bridgeport offers the beauty and convenience of small town living in a spectacular outdoor setting without compromising access to modern amenities. 

Previously settled by Mennonites in the mid 1850s and annexed as part of Kitchener by 1980, the area still maintains historical buildings ranging from churches to old mills. Bridgeport offers a beautiful change of scenery, privacy and higher quality of life that increasingly attracts urban dwellers who are looking to purchase and establish homes they love and can see themselves living in for a long time. The ability to create and design personalized physical spaces in a peaceful community offers both security and a sense of belonging. 

With more land area and larger housing options typically than urban dwellings in the busy urban corridor of Kitchener and Waterloo, the family-oriented village of Bridgeport is appealing for young families who want space to grow and the opportunity to create happy memories together. 

The historic rainbow arch Bridgeport Bridge with a cantilevered sidewalk offers speedy access to Kitchener while offering a beautiful view of the area.

Bridgeport offers easy access to recreational parks and trails, along with an eclectic mix of fine dining and contemporary eats in a friendly and relaxed atmosphere. It is easy to see why Bridgeport attracts young couples eager to start a new family and set up roots as well as retirees looking for relaxation and an area that supports a healthy and active lifestyle.



Locals congregate at the Bridgeport Community Centre at 20 Tyson Drive, a popular gathering place since 1970. The centre has a large community ice rink, a multipurpose room and two meeting rooms for different activities and programs. The centre is located beside the Grand River and the Walter Bean Trail.


Popular among both locals and visitors for its natural beauty and easy access to the outdoors year round, the Walter Bean trail, named after a local resident by the same name who encouraged the building of one long pathway along the Grand River and through Waterloo Region, is very close to Bridgeport. The trail is large, offering access to roughly 25 percent of the Grand River watershed. Open year-round, the Walter Bean trail attracts hikers and bikers in the summer and skiers and snowshoe lovers in the winter.

A beautiful 75-metre long pedestrian bridge links both sides of the Grand River and adjoins the nearby Doon Valley Golf course.


Popular dining options include Golf Steakhouse and Seafood (519) 579-4050, offering American, Canadian and vegetarian options in a friendly setting.

Get brunch and more at the Korner Kitchen (519) 578-8555, Bridge Street Kitchen (519) 886-3080, Red House (226) 647-4687 or The Bauer Kitchen (519) 772-0790 — all within a short drive.



Accessible by car, just a short 9 minute drive, Bridgeport can also be reached by the Line 6 Bus, traveling from Kitchener’s Central station to Bridgeport’s Lancaster/Bridge stop.


  • Attractive location with easy access to Kitchener-Waterloo metropolitan area
  • Small-town ambience, warm hospitality and accessibility 
  • Easy drive for Kitchener’s annual “Oktoberfest”


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