Nature Trails near Lansdowne, Ontario

Welcome to Lansdowne!

Lansdowne is a community in the Township of Leeds and the Thousand Islands.

The Township of Leeds and the Thousand Islands (TLTI) is a vibrant, diverse community in Eastern Ontario. We have the world renowned 1000 Islands and St. Lawrence Seaway along our southern boundary and the UNESCO designated Rideau Canal and lock system along our northern boundary. We are conveniently located within hours of two of the largest metropolitan areas of Canada as well as the eastern seaboard of the USA.
While we have approximately 9,300 permanent residents, we welcome thousands of seasonal residents and tens of thousands of visitors to our region every year. The Township offers its citizens a great lifestyle; with the perfect balance of heritage, culture, services, outdoor activities and contemporary living.

Residents and visitors alike enjoy the spectacular beauty, from the Frontenac Arch Biosphere, a connection of the Canadian Shield boreal forest to the forests of the Adirondack and Appalachian Mountains, to the Rideau Canal and Heritage Route and the many lakes, rivers and scenic vistas in between.

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Lost Bay Nature Reserve

Named for the eastern arm of Gananoque Lake, the Lost Bay Nature Reserve is 238 hectares in size. It is considered part of the Algonquin to Adirondack Connection (A2A) because it is located within the Frontenac Axis – the southernmost part of the Canadian Shield that...