The snow isn't here quite yet, but that doesn't mean you can't bundle up and enjoy the cold weather. There's lots to do this winter in Lennox & Addington County. Take a look at some of the fun activities that are available when the snow flies.
You won't always find the perfect gift shopping online or in the big box stores. With this in mind, I recently decided to partake in a shopping trip to the village of Bath.
This quaint community is located along the Loyalist Parkway between Kingston and the Glenora Ferry. It overlooks Lake Ontario and offers a beautiful view of Amherst Island to the south.
It's official... shopping season is here. Don't miss out on finding the perfect gifts that are available from merchants right here in Lennox & Addington County.
Here you can shop and enjoy the festive backdrop of inspiring heritage and rural charm. Chances are our towns, villages and hamlets have exactly what you're looking for.
Check out our list of great boutiques and one-of-a-kind stores.
Quite possibly the best part of the holiday season is the delicious food offerings at seemingly every turn. Whether you're visiting with friends & family, out and about shopping for gifts, or just don't feel like cooking, there are many great dining establishments to satisfy your palate here in Lennox & Addington County.
The Jiffy Grill
146 Main Street, Odessa
If you're looking to get festive this holiday season, look no further than Downtown Greater Napanee. The Big Bright Light Show - and its 750,000 LED Christmas lights - is now happening nightly throughout the holiday season.
Lennox & Addington County really is a beautiful place, as evidenced by the number of amazing photos floating around on social media.
We invite you to explore hidden gems and unspoiled moments amid the beauty of L&A. Take plenty of photos and be sure to tag us on your Instagram page with #UnspoiledLA to share your moments with us!
Menzel Centennial is one of Lennox & Addington County's most well-kept secrets for nature lovers. Found just east of Roblin, Ontario, it's a 4.8 km path with an abundance of significant wetlands that makes for a visit well worth making.
You may not be aware, but Lennox & Addington County manages a number of forests in Addington Highlands. One spot in particular, found in Flinton, is a particularly beautiful place to go for a stroll.
A good starting point to start your journey is from the parking lot at the Addington Highlands Municipal Office. Find the blue sign to the east end of the lot by the outdoor rink. From there, enter the forest and enjoy an easy 2 km walk around the perimeter.
The autumn leaves are really popping right now in Lennox & Addington so now is the perfect time to tour our roads. We recently went for a scenic drive along some of the quiet country roads in the Township of Stone Mills. As you'll see below, the views were spectacular!
The views from the water this time of year are amazing. The brilliant colours of fall reflecting off still lakes and rivers are spectacular, and the cool autumn air makes the experience all the more enjoyable.