Rideau Lakes is a township located within Leeds and Grenville United Counties in Eastern Ontario, Canada. The township was incorporated on 1 January 1998 by amalgamating the former townships of North Crosby, South Crosby, Bastard, South Burgess and South Elmsley with the village of Newboro. Rideau Lakes lies in the northwest corner of Leeds and Grenville, and is geographically the largest municipality in the county. Farming, tourism, and service industries form the backbone of the local economy. The many tourist attractions in Rideau Lakes, including historic trails, the stone arch dam at Jones Falls, and the Rideau Waterway, are also an important part of the township's economy. Rideau Lakes has 500 km (310 mi) of shoreline, excluding the Rideau Waterway. The waterway itself traverses the township, from the towering granite cliffs near Chaffeys Lock to the more gentle and pastoral areas of the Lower Rideau Lake. Wikipedia
A place in Canada, Rideau Lakes is an interesting place to visit, given its unique culture, history and character. This city is located in the close proximity of a major city Kingston, Canada. Kingston is bestowed with interesting set of attractions like Fort Henry, Kingston Waterfront, Correctional Service Of Canada Museum. Tour packages of Rideau Lakes are of 1 to 2 days duration.
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