Small town with a big name
Moscow, Ontario was named to commemorate Napoleon’s retreat from Moscow, Russia in 1812.
Prior to that this area was known as Huffman Settlement and for a brief time just before settling on Moscow it was called Springfield. Today this rural area is known for its farmland and lakes nearby.
- Close to Camden and Varty Lake
- Camden Lake Provincial Wildlife Reserve is a great spot to spend your day. Pack your hiking gear, this beautiful reserve has two trails to choose from: The Blue Heron Trail and Cedar Point Trail, both with an easy to navigate asphalt path. You can also launch your boat here and go fishing here.
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L&A County Trails – Bike Routes
In the heart of Eastern Ontario and throughout Loyalist Township you’ll find easily accessible looping routes that make for a great day cycling. To see the route closest to Amherstville and learn more click the link below.
Reasons to Live in Moscow in Stone Mills
Moscow in Stones Mills is a great place to live. Here are some of the reasons why residents enjoy living here.
- Lower housing costs
- Reasonable cost of living
- Low crime rate
- Great location
- Access to health care
Plan Your Visit
If you’re planning a visit to the area, check out local accommodations to make your stay cozy and comfy.
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