Retired and Raring to Go
Come for the day or stay awhile; there’s so much to see and do!
we’ve got you covered.
Take a ferry to an island
Spend the day on Amherst Island located in Lake Ontario. Not only has the island’s hamlet of Stella been declared by some as one of Canada’s prettiest towns but it’s also a great place to go birding and to see the many Irish dry stone walls that have been built there.
You’ll find everything from hawks to owls to migrating waterfowl and so many other species on the island.
Pick up a copy of Amherst Island’s dry stone walls self-guided tour booklet at The Neilson Store Museum & Cultural Centre for a nominal fee.
See happy sheep, visit the sugar shack and see the yurt on this fun and festive farm. Check out their event schedule and plan your trip around one of their workshops.
Ready for a road trip? We’ve got you covered in L&A with scenic roads, rolling hills and lots of twisties.
Go on a two-wheeled adventure in L&A, just hop on your bike and enjoy the breathtaking scenery. Our six pre-planned route itineraries will lead the way for a great day out on the road. Or take part in the BIG Ride, a 500 km journey that offers all the best parts of the shorter themed itineraries.
If you are an avid golfer, there are four great reasons to visit L&A. Check out our course options and start planning your next great golf escapade.
Established in 1971, this semi-private course provides members and visitors with the area’s best facilities for a great day of relaxing golf.
Camden Braes Golf & Country Club is a challenging 18 hole course, just minutes from Highway 401 in Loyalist Township.
The Loyalist Country Club is a beautiful Ted Baker design golf course with 5 sets of tee blocks, offering challenging play to golfers of all skill levels.
Learn about the lively history that shaped our communities into what we are today. We have 11 interesting options to choose from.
From prehistoric times to the present – come see the historic exhibits and take part in the programming and events.
Visit the home of Allan Macpherson, one of the area’s most civic-minded and politically active entrepreneurs in the early 1800’s.
See where John Babcock designed his patented basket-making machinery in the early 1900’s at his mill and basket factory.
If you like WWI memorabilia, United Empire Loyalist & Native artifacts on display in this 1861 Town Hall.
Learn how this area evolved from its lumber industry beginnings, missing booms and the importance of tourism.
Come visit this beautiful Georgian-style home built in 1796 and fully furnished according to the Victorian era.
Listed as one of the 250 best examples of Canadian Architecture over the last 1,000 years.
Learn about the first settlement of 1789, Canada’s historic boast and see artifacts from Canada’s grain merchants.
Canada’s oldest Methodist building and the second oldest church is right here in Lennox and Addington, come check it out.
The site has played an important religious and social role in the Adolphustown community for over 130 years. It currently hosts tours, events and activities for residents and visitors.
On the water…
100+ lakes to explore
Everything from boating to beaches! You’ll find it all here.
Back to nature…
For outdoor enthusiasts
From trails to nature parks, grab your gear and let’s go!
Sip and savour…
A foodies delight
Farm fresh, organic and unique options as well as the tried and true.
Barn yard trips...
Agri-tourism must do's
When tourism meets agriculture - You get a one-of-a-kind experience!
Things to do with kids
Explore L&A with these kid-friendly experiences.
Back in time…
History & Heritage
A rich past, makes for an entertaining day.