The rolling hills
King City is an unincorporated Canadian suburb in King, Ontario located north of Toronto. It is the largest community in King Township. Situated on the southern hill of the central portion of the touchy Oak Ridges Moraine and located just north of the City of Vaughan and Toronto is King City.
King City is symbolized by rolling hills and clustered temperate forests and also home to international, corporate and small businesses. Blooming in the countryside setting are numerous stables and other farms. Various kettle lakes and ponds dot the area. Creeks and streams from King City, the enclose area, and as far west as Bolton and as far east as Stouffville are the origin for the East Humber River.
Eaton Hall is a large house in King City, built in the Norman style for Lady Eaton in 1938-39. The house is adjoining to a body of water named Lake Jonda (a combination of the first three letters of her son John David Eaton's first and middle names), and nestled within the levelheaded forests of King Township.
The King City Community Centre and King City Arena manage numerous activities they also host many community events throughout the year, and some public King Township meetings. King City Memorial Park, next to the arena is an open, covered area used for public events and picnics. A fragment of the extensive Oak Ridges Trail passes through King City.