There is something for every outdoor enthusiast here in South Frontenac. If you are seeking a dramatic range of classic Canadian typography and biodiversity, our position on the edge of the Frontenac Arch Biosphere will serve you well. We are proud to share our land with 75 named lakes along with countless streams, ponds, and natural springs. Where groundwater lacks, forest and field thrive. This landscape is what makes South Frontenac the perfect backdrop for all your outdoor adventures during any time of year.

Below and on the menu to the right you will find some helpful links in your pursuit to connect with the outdoors. If you cannot find what you are looking for please contact us. 

Sunset over an empty multi slip dockRound hay bales in a field Pond on the Cataraqui trail in the autumn Three people on a winter hike

Conservation Areas & Parks

South Frontenac Parks & Green Spaces

Frontenac Provincial Park

Gould Lake Conservation Area

Depot Lakes Conservation Area

Portland Conservation Area

Nature Conservancy of Canada - Milburn Creek 

Frontenac Arch Biosphere

The Frontenac Arch Biosphere introduces you the numerous and wonderful trails and routes in the region, but also to the character of this landscape and community. There's no better way to get to know a region so very rich in natural and cultural heritage than to walk, cycle, paddle, ski or tour across the face of the land. Please note that FAB does not own or manage any of the trails you'll find on their site.

Cottage Films 

From the comfort of your home or office you can now take a virtual boat tour of any lake or river in Ontario, view ecottagefilms.com, and use the alphabetical listing to find the waterway you wish to view or find your own cottage! 

(Please note that the Township of South Frontenac does not endorse any specific advertising on this website nor do we vouch for any content contained therein.)

Frontenac County

South Frontenac is one of the four lower-tier municipalities #inFrontenac. The County works with other local regions to enhance recreational experiences in the area, including on projects such as expanding our trail systems and active transportation plans. 

Ontario Highlands

Our corner of the world has a lot to brag about. Ontario Highlands is welcoming you to Come Wander and discover if you are a Memory Maker, Creative Cruiser, Serenity Seeker or somewhere in between.

Visit Kingston

For an outdoor adventure to fill the urban itch, take the 20 minute drive and Visit Kingston to discover why the city is warmly known as the freshwater sailing capital of the world, all while strolling along a part of the Great Lakes Waterfront Trail.

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