Frontenac County, an area of almost 4,000 square kilometres from the northern most tip to the Islands, is a region rich in diversity in areas such as tourism, agriculture, forestry, services and government. This vast landscape offers music, art, fishing, hiking, canoeing, ATVing, camping, sailing, beaches, snowmobiling, artisan food, festivals and more, the experiences are endless.
Made up of the municipalities of North Frontenac, Central Frontenac, South Frontenac, and Frontenac Islands, Frontenac is recognized for its unique pristine natural environment and lifestyle choices, commitment to and promotion of strong, resilient, diverse, rural communities. Perhaps most of all, Frontenac takes your breath away. The moment you arrive, you feel it and all your senses are awakened.
Frontenac is home to well-known areas of interest and boasts some of the most beautiful natural features, including more than 1,000 lakes. Part of the Canadian Shield, the region has many islands; the largest being Wolfe Island and draws seasonal residents, outdoor recreational enthusiasts, artists, artisans and crafts-people. The region’s tourism is strongly linked to this pristine environment.