Go Rural for Outdoor Fun
Just 40 kilometres northeast of Kingston, Seeley’s Bay is the first full-service community north of Kingston, at the southern end of the Rideau Corridor. Located just off Highway 15, it sits on a bay a few hundred metres off the main navigation channel of the Rideau Canal.
The area is awash with endless opportunities for hiking, cycling and fishing, making it perfect for those seeking outdoor fun.
Nestled at the northwest corner of the Township of Leeds and the Thousand Islands, Seeley’s Bay is renowned for its fishing and direct access to the UNESCO designated Rideau Canal.
When you’re here, you’ll find that the countryside never seemed so alive; the tastiest treats and tempting treasures will keep you coming back to an unforgettable menu of offerings.
Are you a history buff? If so, you’re in luck. After the many mills that once served area farmers, this area is still ripe with historic finds today.
Light traffic and beautiful scenery makes for an enjoyable ride.
Canoeing and kayaking on the Frontenac Arch Biosphere is a memorable experience for all.
No matter your ability, experience the area by foot to get up close and personal with nature.
Species such as Largemouth Bass, Northern Pike and Rock Bass can be found here, making it an ideal place to cast your line.
Take a refreshing dip in one of the area’s many swimming spots. Jump in and lose yourself.
Steeped in years of history, the area gives visitors unique access to historic treasures just waiting to be discovered.