Arististic refinement by the waterfront.
Small town and rural life combine beautifully to make Mallorytown perfect for living and exploring. Each year, the Township hosts a number of events, including a Winter Festival during the chillier months and a Blueberry Social come summer. If you happen to be here during one of them, enjoy!
Mallorytown Landing is situated on the St. Lawrence River and is the location of the Visitor Centre for the Thousand Islands National Park, which comprises several ecologically important mainland properties and more than 20 islands between Kingston and Brockville.
This area holds a number of trails, lakes, and beaches, and lies within the Frontenac Arch Biosphere, which has gained worldwide recognition by becoming an UNESCO member.
Discover and celebrate the history of Mallorytown.
Some of Ontario’s best walking and hiking trails are found here.
Take a refreshing dip at one of the area’s many beaches.
Each year, Mallorytown hosts a number of events which draws people in from near and far.
The Front of Yonge Township Public Library provides a full range of library services.
Stay in shape even as the snow falls by taking advantage of the many trails for snowshoeing come winter.