Eastern Ontario Travel Region

Skating on the Rideau Canal in Ottawa, Canada.Eastern Ontario offers wondrous attractions, quiet resorts, world-class fishing, boating and sailing, and welcoming, friendly communities that both offer amazing experiences to visitors and respect their custodianship of irreplaceable natural beauty.  Attractions and accommodations are available year-round, from Ottawa's Winterfest to August's Festival of the Islands!
Sandbanks Provincial Park in Picton, Ontario, Canada is famous for its beaches.Eastern Ontario is home to vacation and adventure destinations that travellers have been flocking to for decades, such as Algonquin Park, Canada's capital Ottawa, and the Thousand Islands.  There are also new tourism regions that provide that "undiscovered country" feel for adventurous holidayers, like Prince Edward County with its beaches, wineries and restaurants, or the Rideau Heritage Route with its special focus on the history and wonder of the Rideau Canal and environs.

 

Quaint cottages sprinkled among the Thousand Islands, Ontario, Canada.This region, falling between the major Canadian cities of Toronto and Montréal, has for centuries been the focal point of exploration, trade, and recreation made possible by a rich natural heritage.  The area is overlaid with lakes, rivers and streams set amongst a rough rocky countryside still covered to a large extent by a diverse forest.  The incredible natural beauty mixed with the region's indisputable importance in the history of building the Nation of Canada makes a combination that will have you coming back to discover more about Eastern Ontario year after year!

For more information about the individual cities and counties of Eastern Ontario, browse the articles below or visit the Ontario government tourism website.



Lanark County Images

Come experience the sights and sounds of Lanark County for yourself!

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Leeds-Grenville Images

Come experience the sights and sounds of Leeds-Grenville County for yourself!

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Lanark County - Smiths Falls

Smiths Falls: Rails, Roads and Boats.

The town of Smiths Falls has an important history in the development of Eastern Ontario.  The town is named for Thomas Smyth, a United Empire Loyalist who in 1786 was granted four hundred acres in what is present-day Smiths Falls.

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Merrickville, Canada's Most Beautiful Village

Did you know that in a nation-wide, Communities in Bloom competition addressing a variety of community issues including heritage preservation, floral displays, landscape development and environmental effort, Merrickville was officially proclaimed Canada’s most beautiful village?

But Merrickville, as visitors soon discover, is more than just a pretty place.

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Lanark County

Canoeing the Rideau Canal in Lanark County, Ontario, Canada.Lanark County is the Maple Syrup Centre of Ontario.  For the tourist, this area is oozing with maple syrup tours, sugar shacks, and farm sales shops.  With maple groves come spectacular fall colours and scenic hikes/drives/boat tours.

 

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Lennox and Addington County

The cliffs at Bon Echo Provincial Park.Lennox and Addington County has some of Eastern Ontario's most spectacular views, located midway between Ottawa and Toronto - only a two hour drive either way!

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Leeds and Grenville United Counties

Brockville Marina on the St. Lawrence Seaway, Leeds-Grenville, Ontario, Canada.The United Counties of Leeds and Grenville have a wide variety of landscapes, towns, and experiences for travellers.  Of course there are the Thousand Islands, a favourite vacation spot for the last hundred years, with cruise boat tours and scenic shoreline parkways, but that's not all!

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Prince Edward County

Many tourists enjoy wine tasting at Prince Edward County wineries.Prince Edward County is a small almost-island half-way between Toronto and Ottawa.  It has always been known for terrific beaches, sailing and fishing but is now becoming a centre for artists, high cuisine and winemaking too.  Surrounded by the fresh water of Lake Ontario, Prince Edward County enjoys wide clean beaches on its 800km of shoreline and a milder, lake-influenced climate that has led to the development of almost fifty vineyards and a dozen wineries.  Complementing this attractive setting are many fine restaurants, inns and B&Bs. 
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Frontenac County and the City of Kingston

Frontenac County is an area with a wildly divergent landscape. In the south, the busy, bustling city of Kingston lies at one end of Lake Ontario, and also at the end of the world-renowned Rideau Canal. The city is a very popular starting point for travellers visiting the 1000 Islands to the east, the Land O' Lakes region to the west or the North Frontenac Parklands - 184 secluded but not quite remote campsites to the north.

Hiking in Frontenac Provincial Park, Ontario, Canada.Well known Provincial Parks like Bon Echo Provincial Park, Frontenac Provincial Park and Sharbot Lake Provincial Park welcome thousands of campers and visitors each year.

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