Frontenac County North
Frontenac County North spans nearly 4,000 square kilometres, ranging from pristine wilderness areas in the north to the shores of the St. Lawrence River
Experience the natural wonders of the northern area of Frontenac County.
Where is Frontenac County North?
Frontenac County North is uniquely situated along the southern section of the Canadian Shield. With the Rideau Lakes District to its east and historic Lennox and Addington County to the west, this area is the pinnacle of rural Ontario life.
From Toronto, drive east for three hours via the 401 Expressway to reach the region. Those travelling from Ottawa can drive west via Highway 7 and arrive within two hours.
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Things to do in Frontenac County North
Witness stunning night skies
Hike across granite cliffs
Learn about the region’s history
Go for a scenic hike
Have coffee at a historic store
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Last updated: February 16, 2024