Echo Place is a community in Brantford, Ontario. It was Incorporated in 1865 east of Brantford, This neighbourhood was built around Springbrook Hotel. The census done in 1891 found a population of 30, and three businesses: A general store/post office, a nursery and an oatmeal mill. In 1955 it was amalgamated into Brantford.
This neighborhood has grown into a large pocket of the community with parks, entertainment, and family-friendly amenities readily available. Echo Place is going through the development with the lake rejuvenation well underway and several new houses being built. Wayne Gretzky Parkway, named after Brantford’s famous citizen, was one of hockey’s greats, is lined with newly built shops and restaurants. The neighborhood is less than half a mile from the #403 highway, and the shopping mall.