Boating ... the river, the historic canal and many inland lakes

Boaters at Molly's Gut

With the St. Lawrence River to the south, the Rideau Canal, and dozens of lakes scattered throughout, Leeds and Grenville has plenty of places to get out and enjoy the water.

The UNESCO designated Frontenac Arch Biosphere Reserve (FABR) and Rideau Canal as well as the world famous 1000 Islands can be seen here, providing views, wildlife and coastlines unique to this region.

Charleston Lake, the largest lake within FABR, has more than 160 kilometres (100 miles) of shoreline.  It is often called the "hidden jewel" of eastern Ontario because it sits atop the Frontenac Arch's ancient ridge connecting the Canadian Shield to the Adirondack Mountains.  The Township of Rideau Lakes has 510 kilometres of shoreline (not including the Rideau Canal).  The St. Lawrence is considered one of the world's greatest waterways where thousands of pleasure craft transit the Seaway locks each year.

Whether you prefer visiting the islands, watching the ships go by, making your way through the Seaway or Canal locks, or simply floating out in the middle of one of the lakes, there's something for everyone here.

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