Rideau Boating, Road and Cottage Guide
Published by Ontario Travel Guides, 2010.
| Ontario Travel Guides introduces a
brand-new format for their Rideau Boating, Road and Cottage Guide.
Full-colour, 196 pages of comprehensive information, history, photos maps and
more. The title was broadened to include cottagers as the information is
helpful to vacationers and Rideau visitors of all types from near and
The Rideau Canal, a National Historic Site of Canada, Canadian Heritage River, and UNESCO World Heritage Site, is much more than the world's largest skating rink. It is a 202 kilometre corridor of beautiful rivers, lakes, and engineered canals linking the towns and cities of Eastern Ontario. From Kingston to Ottawa, the Rideau Canal passes through four distinct natural landscapes each of which possesses its own particular scenic beauty. Whether a traveller is boating, motoring, hiking or cycling, the Rideau corridor proves to be an ideal vacationland.
Visit Seeley's Bay, Chaffey's Lock, Jones Falls, Westport, Newboro, Portland, Smiths Falls, Perth, Merrickville, Kemptville, and Manotick. Each with its own unique charm, the Rideau villages offer you plenty of opportunities for relaxation and excitement.
The Rideau Boating, Road and Cottage Guide is an essential resource for anyone who wants to know where to sail, fish, bike, dock, shop, wine, dine, explore and enjoy the Rideau waterway.
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