St. Lawrence Corridor Trip Planner
Welcome to St. Lawrence Corridor!
An area that helped shap the destiny of Canada, the St. Lawrence Corridor has been home to battles and barracks, politicians and unions, fur trappers and farmers, industrialists and inventors. This region, which lies alongside the waters of the St. Lawrence River as it flows northeast from Lake Ontario to the Gulf of St. Lawrence, is home to over a thousand islands. Farmland and orchards lie besides the river's banks, while vibrant towns and cities hold modern shops, cultural centres and museums alongside historic sites. Step back in history with a visit to the pre-1867 Upper Canada Village Heritage Park, watch a military drill at Fort Henry or explore Kingston's many 18th and 19th-century buildings and squares. Spend a day sampling Prince Edward County's fruit and berry wines or on the beaches of Sandbanks Provincial Park. In July, take in Brockville's musical Riverfest and join the four-day long Canada Day celebrations in Cornwall.
Current & Upcoming Events [ View All ]
Looking for something to do in St. Lawrence Corridor? Check out these current and upcoming events. If you know of an event that is not listed in the travel guide, please feel free to add an event listing (it's free).
- Kingston Psychic Expo
Oct 21 to Oct 23 » Ambassador Conference Resort Kingston
- Elmer Iseler Singers: Beauty of Song
Oct 22 » Bridge Street Church
- Halloween Dance
Oct 29 » Brockville
- Hippy Hippy Halloween Shake
Oct 29 to Oct 30 » The Belleville Club
- The Maker's Hand
Nov 04 to Nov 06 » Picton Fairgrounds
- Coffee House Concert with Stephen Palmer
Nov 05 » Cornwall
- Rotary Christmas Arts and Crafts Fair
Nov 11 to Nov 13 » Gananoque
- Chesterville Fair
TBA » Chesterville