Rent a One-Way Moving Truck to Hamilton, Ontario!

U-Haul has named Hamilton the #8 Top Destination City in our 2014 Canadian Migration Trends Report 
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As a Canadian city with stories to tell and hidden gems in unexpected places, it's no wonder Hamilton, Ontario is a popular place to call home. The down-to-earth multicultural community makes for a friendly and diverse environment. With over a hundred waterfalls a short ways away from the urban center, this city gives its residents views that many people don't get to see in their lifetime. Choose a home in the suburban mountains or rent an apartment in the core of the city. Moving to Hamilton guarantees outdoor adventures for those who enjoy scenic views. The Bruce Trail offers sweeping views of foot cliffs, streams, pebbled beaches and much more. Other popular sites are the Royal Botanical Garden and the Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum. For those lucky enough to call this beautiful city their home, the adventure never ends.

Helpful Moving Tips for Moving to Hamilton, ON!

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Why move to Hamilton? Most people will say the quality of life in Hamilton is worth making the move. Annual festivals, numerous parks, plenty of shopping options, and lovely weather are all reasons why so many make a home here.


Best Time to Move – Mohawk College and McMaster University are two popular colleges in this city. For a smoother move, avoid moving during the beginning and the end of the school semester. For those who have to move during this time, opt for a rental location further away from the college campuses.

Outdoor Activities– Hamilton's natural playground offers everything from bird watching to beachfront camping to hiking through waterfalls. Take advantage of the many water and land activities.

The Arts – Visit a local winery then head to one of many art galleries. Catch a show in a local theater or enjoy some live music at a lounge. The vibrant culture here means a vibrant community!

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