It’s no surprise. People love Schitt’s Creek.
The Canadian sitcom dominated the Emmys on Sunday night, sweeping the comedy category and setting a new record for the most wins in a single season for a comedy series.
The cast and crew took home the “Outstanding Comedy Series” award, a first for any Canadian show and the first comedy or drama show to ever sweep all four acting categories too.
And while it’s a great way to end a celebrated show, Schitt’s Creek is sadly over.
But, fans can rejoice because you can get ready to step foot in the show’s iconic film locations throughout Ontario.
Check out the top 7 Schitt’s Creek locations near Toronto you need to explore right now.
It’s located less than an hour north of Toronto in Uxbridge, with a population of 663, and was chosen to be the main set of Schitt’s Creek.
Around 30 towns throughout Ontario were sourced and considered for the position of the main filming location before Goodwood was chosen.
The town is home to locations such as Bob’s Garage, Café Tropical, Rose Apothecary, Mayor Roland Schitt’s and wife, Jocelyn’s, house and the Schitt’s Creek Town Hall.
Many of the buildings are privately owned, so Schitt’s Creek fans will have to capture the perfect shot of the exterior of the building. Except for Rose Apothecary, which is Romni Wools Goodwood and to date sells the most amazing variety of wools and handcrafted goods including clothing, accessories, and gifts.
The Rosebud Motel
Located in Orangeville, this motel served as the spot where the Roses live when they relocate to Schitt’s Creek in Season 1.
The real Rosebud Motel is located in Hockley Valley.
Ted’s Veterinary Clinic
Located about a one-hour drive north of the city of Toronto in Whitchurch-Stouffville.
Ted’s Veterinary Clinic is actually a veterinary clinic in real life called Thicketwood Veterinary Hospital and the best spot to visit for all animal lovers, and you can even bring pets along for the adventure.
Herb Ertlinger Winery
Another filming location in Stouffville area that was used in Season 1 and 6 is the Applewood Farm and Winery.
Moira Rose acted as a spokesperson for the Herb Ertlinger Winery in Season 1 when she shot a commercial promoting the winery.
You can do a wine tasting here and take some fruit wine to go, but you won’t find a bottle of Moira Rosé, unfortunately.
The Blouse Barn
The Blous Barn is located on the main street of Unionville, and this is where David worked during Season 2.
In real life, the actual location is a Crock a Doodle Paint Your Own Pottery store, and it’s only 30 minutes north of downtown Toronto.
Fun fact: Mainstreet Unionville is a popular filming spot for many shows, including Suits and Gilmore Girls, thanks to its charming cobblestone streets.
Rattlesnake Point Conservation Area
The swooniest of all locations, Rattlesnake Point Conservation Area is where David Rose and Patrick Brewer got engaged in Season 5.
Rattlesnake Point is a quick 45-minute drive from Toronto (in Milton) and is a great spot to enjoy a hike and see the changing autumn colours.
You can celebrate pride David Rose-style in Europe next summer 2021 with Contiki.
Elbridge Manor, which is actually Graydon Manor Hall in real life, is where many Torontonians book their own weddings.
It’s a stunning property with many large gardens and is centrally located, making it a prime wedding spot and perfect for photos.
However, due to inclement weather, David Rose and Patrick Brewer had to make other arrangements to get married at Schitt’s Creek Town Hall, officiated by Moira Rose.