Our distinct region also presents a combination of ecological features that offer an incredibly diverse growth area for native plant species, attracting various birds and wildlife. The county is also home to 47 provincially significant wetlands. Residents and visitors enjoy cycling and paddling through these breathtaking natural vistas.
From the Rideau Canal World Heritage Site to Canada’s Mississippi, Lanark County is home to over 100 lakes, rivers, waterfalls, and beaches that speckle the landscape. Lanark County is a remarkably distinct region within the Frontenac Axis, where the Canadian Shield meets the Limestone Plains. This distinctive landscape creates a Terroir that provides a delectable, unique Lanark County flavour to our maple syrup.