Township of Addington Highlands
Just three hours from Toronto, 1.5 hours from Ottawa, and 1 hour from Kingston, Addington Highlands is a natural playground for lovers of the great outdoors. The area is home to over 100 lakes, rivers and streams that are perfect for fishing, canoeing, and other water-related activities. In the winter, some of these waterways provide links to hundreds of kilometres of snowmobiling trails.
Located in the centre of Addington Highlands is Bon Echo Provincial Park. Over 190,000 visitors flock to the park, and Mazinaw Rock, each year. The Rock towers 100 m (330') above Mazinaw Lake, which is 144 m (475') deep. Writings on the cliff side include 200 aboriginal rock paintings.
There are plenty of campgrounds, cottages, motels, and trailer parks in the Addington Highlands to serve the needs of the traveller. In addition, the communities of Cloyne, Denbigh, Flinton, Kaladar, and Northbrook provide the amenities that outdoor lovers require.
Catch the beat in Addington Highlands. If you have any questions, feel free to contact us, or you can visit the Township of Addington Highlands website at www.addingtonhighlands.ca.
Town of Greater Napanee
The Town of Greater Napanee is located in the County of Lennox & Addington, in the heart of Eastern Ontario. Conveniently situated along Highway 401, Napanee is the western gateway to the Land O’Lakes region, just minutes from Lake Ontario to the south, and near countless lakes and rivers to the north.
Only 2 hours from Toronto and Montreal, the area is steeped in historical significance, has a thriving commercial base – including a reinvigorated historic downtown area – and boasts superior year-round recreational amenities. In addition to the town itself, rural communities of Roblin, Selby, Morven, Dorland, Conway, Sandhurst and Adolphustown are included within Greater Napanee’s boundaries No matter your interests, there’s something for everyone in Greater Napanee. .
History, architecture, attractions, arts, restaurants, friendly people - that is the Town of Greater Napanee; and we would be delighted to share our town with you. If you have any questions, feel free to contact us, or you can visit the Town of Greater Napanee website at www.GreaterNapanee.com.
Loyalist Township offers a great mixture of country lifestyle and urban opportunity. The Township is a blend of rural and urban areas with a number of smaller hamlets, including the communities of Amherstview, Bath, Odessa, Violet, Wilton and Amherst Island, accessible by ferry.
The Loyalist Parkway (Highway #33) is a quiet 40 km stretch of road between the Parkway's Eastern Gateway in Amherstview and the Glenora Ferry at Adolphustown that is dotted with countless 18th and 19th Century homesteads, major historical sites and tourist attractions.
Loyalist Township is a rewarding tourist destination with ample activities for all interests. Loyalist is home to three excellent golf courses, numerous historical sites and an abundance of picturesque scenery which can be enjoyed by utilizing one of the area’s many trails. If you are interested in bird watching, Amherst Island’s ‘Owl Woods’ would prove to be an excellent destination. While visiting Loyalist Township, be sure to check out local artist’s collections. Loyalist Township has something for everyone.
Visit Loyalist Township and find out for yourself. If you have any questions, feel free to contact us, or you can visit the Loyalist Township website at www.Loyalist.ca.
Township of Stone Mills
The Township of Stone Mills is home to agricultural lands, limestone, granite, marsh, conservation areas, streams, lakes, and rivers. Our name comes from the many water-powered mills that once served area farmers. Some have been maintained, others restored, and still others silently watch over their streams. Our gently rolling hills contain prime recreational land ideal for hiking, cycling, fishing, canoeing, and boating.
Stone Mills includes the hamlets of Camden East, Centreville, Colebrook, Croyden, Enterprise, Erinsville, Moscow, Newburgh, Strathcona, Tamworth, Yarker. Each community offers life’s simple pleasures - rural living at its finest. The friendly atmosphere each community is apparent as soon as you step foot inside.
If you have any questions, feel free to contact us, or you can visit the Township of Stone Mills website at www.stonemills.com.