Let our Travel Guide lead you on an adventure along the Rideau Heritage Route. Wind your way through charming communities, historic sites and spectacular recreation areas from Kingston to Ottawa.
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Seeley’s Bay was created around 1832 with the flooding of the Cranberry Marsh during the building of Rideau Canal. The Bay became a regular stop for the steam wheelers as they traveled up and down the canal.
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Multilingual Information for International Travelers
Thinking of making the trip to Eastern Ontario? Our beautiful 8-page lure is available in English, French, Spanish, German, Chinese, Japanese and Korean! Let it entice you with a sampling of the unique and unforgettable experiences that await you along the Rideau.
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Rideau Paddling Routes:
" a decadent delight! "
Check out our Rideau Heritage Route paddling itinerary. Experienced area canoeists and kayakers have contributed a wealth of information to this colourful itinerary which takes you all the way from Kingston to Ottawa along the historic Rideau waterway. Complete with paddling tips, portages, accommodations, sights along the route and more!
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