TOWN OF LAURENTIAN HILLS
In northwest Renfrew County, the Town of Laurentian Hills awaits you in the heartland of Ontario's recreation system, situated in the valley of the Ottawa River, bordered by the Laurentian Mountains and Algonquin Provincial Park. In spring and summer, the area offers guided canoe trips, excellent fishing, swimming along pristine beaches, and a variety of accommodations from tent and trailer parks to B&Bs. Throughout the fall, hunters and anglers harvest an abundance of wild game and fish. Winter weather finds us on the Pembroke/North Bay TOP snowmobile trails and provides great weather conditions for cross country skiing. Midway between Ottawa and North Bay on Trans Canada Highway 17, the Town of Laurentian Hills stretches from the Ottawa River to Algonquin Provincial Park. Offering affordable land for new housing or cottages while providing all the amenities of modern living, Laurentian Hills is ideal for your family home. Contact our Economic Development office for information on availability of sites located in our industrial park located on both the rail line and the Trans- Canada Highway at Chalk River, or for other business opportunities.
Reaching from Algonquin Provincial Park to the Ottawa River, The Town of Laurentian Hills includes the settlement areas of Chalk River Village and the hamlets of Rolphton and Point Alexander. It also incorporates the former Townships of Rolph, Buchanan, Wylie and McKay, including the Petawawa Research Forest and a large segment of the Canadian Forces Base Petawawa training ranges. From Achray Road in the south to the Rapides des Joachims Hydro Generation dam in the north, the Town’s vast and pristine area offers fishing, hiking, canoeing, kayaking, snowmobiling and ATV activities that invite the resident and the tourist to year round enjoyment of the relaxed lifestyle of the most beautiful segment of the Ottawa Valley.
Town of Laurentian Hills