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Rural & Urban Living

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Waterfront

The Ottawa Valley has so much to offer with a rich blend of outdoor recreation, history and heritage.

Mississippi Lake is located in Lanark County. Ontario’s Mississippi River flows northeast and north through the lake, with Cranberry Creek, McCrearys Creek, and McGibbon Creek draining into the lake from neighbouring forests and properties. The lake is distinctive in Ontario, as it borders the Canadian Shield on the north shore.

Mississippi Lake is a premier fishing stop, with an average depth of 9 feet, bottoming out at approximately 30 feet. Walleye remains a popular catch. Shore anglers, especially young children, delight in being able to bring up Largemouth Bass and Smallmouth Bass, Crappie, Pike, Bluegill and Sunfish.

The Mississippi River is a tributary of the Ottawa River. It covers more than 200 kilometres from its source in Upper Mazinaw Lake to its confluence at the Ottawa River. The Mississippi River is home to more than 250 lakes and flows through communities and villages including Lanark, Carleton Place, Mississippi Mills (Almonte), Pakenham, and Galetta. The Mississippi River originally powered textile mills in the region. In modern times, it is known for providing hydro electric power.

 

Rideau Lakes is a township located within the Leeds and Grenville United Counties. The township is an amalgamation of North Crosby, South Crosby, Bastard, South Burgess and South Elmsley with the village of Newboro.

Renowned for waterways, Rideau Lakes has more than 500km of shoreline. Properties in the area have incredible vistas, from the pastoral areas of Lower Rideau Lake to the granite cliffs near Chaffeys Lock. From a backyard dock to the length of the Rideau Waterway, anglers can catch Smallmouth Bass, Largemouth Bass, Northern Pike, Lake Trout, Yellow Perch, Muskellunge, Black Crappie, and Walleye.

Located in the heart of the Land O’ Lakes region, Sharbot Lake is a stunning village that’s an hour’s drive from Kingston, Ottawa or Gananoque. Known for its stunning views and outdoor experiences, Sharbot Lake has no shortage sparkling waters to explore.

Anglers enjoy life on Sharbot Lake, as there are plenty of northern pickerel, bass and pan fish waiting to be reeled in. Swimmers, kayakers and canoers enjoy exploring the neighbouring bodies of water, including Black Lake, which is home to calm waters and sandy beaches.

The Tay River is located in Lanark County and is a tributary of the Rideau River. The river starts at Bobs Lake in Tay Valley and proceeds northeast to Perth. It covers 95 kilometers of stunning countryside, through the historic town of Perth, Ontario, and drains into the Ottawa River.

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Country Living

The Ottawa Valley has so much to offer with a rich blend of outdoor recreation, history and heritage.

 

Nestled on the Mississippi River, the Town of Mississippi Mills is comprised of Almonte, Pakenham and Ramsay.  Considered an exceptional combination of rural and urban living, the communities are recognized for balancing natural beauty with managed economic growth.

Almonte, known for its sparkling waterfalls, rich heritage, art studios, festivals and tree-lined streets, is a highly desirable location to call home.  A mere minutes from Ottawa West communities including Carp, Stittsville and Kanata, Almonte offers an easy commute to all areas in the City of Ottawa.

is located just on the outskirts of Carleton Place and is bounded by the Townships of Montague and Drummond/North Elmsley, and the Town of Mississippi Mills. Also located in Beckwith Township is Beckwith Park and the Beckwith Recreation Complex.

At first glance, Carleton Place may seem like a town frozen in time, with its majestic buildings and historic architecture. Yet it is home to a strong, bustling community located at the crossroads of Highway 7 and Highway 15. Carleton Place offers residents the perfect blend of old and new.  Historic homes and shops, coupled with a regal Town Hall, convey memories of the town’s rich history.

Pakenham is home to two of Lanark County’s Seven Wonders. The Five-Span Stone Bridge, which is nestled over the mighty Mississippi River and the Saint Peter Celestine Church. It is a classic example of “Small Town Ontario”, where everything is within walking distance. In addition to the small town amenities, Pakenham has something special nestled in the woods, Mount Pakenham. With skiing, snowboarding, cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, and tubing, Mount Pakenham offers winter fun for the whole family.

Nestled equidistant between Kingston and Ottawa, Perth is positioned to offer a great place to do business while keeping a much sought-after small-town feel. It is within driving distance of 100 lakes, with the gorgeous countryside offering plenty of year-round recreational opportunities. From heritage architecture, a thriving downtown core, fine dining and beautiful lakes to explore, it is no wonder many visitors return to Perth for a home or cottage.

Smiths Falls offers a desirable place to call home – not just for its buildings, community and lifestyle opportunities – but for the overall quality of life. Individuals, couples, families and retirees will all appreciate the friendly, beautiful town that awards convenience and affordability – all within a quick drive to West Ottawa or the 401 Corridor.