Places to stay in Iroquois, Ontario
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South Dundas is a township in eastern Ontario in the United Counties of Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry along the north shore of the Saint Lawrence River. It is located approximately 60 miles/100 kilometres south of Ottawa and is midway between Kingston and Montreal, Quebec. Local dining options include Yefsi, The Alibi, Poppas Place Homemade Eats & Treats, and Mcdonald’s.
Wondering where to stay? Visitors have access to a number of hotels in the town, though there are a few nearby Bed and Breakfasts. If you are travelling in the area, Iroquois is located close to East Isle, Baker Drain, Becketts Landing, Flagg Creek and Buell's Creek Conservation Area.
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- Longitude: -75°19'2.2800
- Latitude: 44°50'28.32
Things to see and do
Cedar Glen Golf Course
Located at 12603 County Road 18. Cedar Glen is a semi-private golf facility offering a challenging 18 hole country course.
Crysler Park Marina
Located at County Road 2. Crysler Park Marina, located in a deep bay on the northern shore of the St. Lawrence River, serves as a boater's gateway to historic discovery and outdoor recreation in Ontario East (look for red buoy 72). This premier boating facility has 180 slips and can accommodate pleasure craft and cruise boats up to 195 feet. Each slip has 15 and 30 amp power and water. Seventy-five of the slips are for transient boaters. Boaters arriving at the Marina will discover they are just minutes from licensed dining, shopping, Upper Canada Village, Upper Canada Golf Course, picnic areas and more; ground transportation is available to these sites at a minimal cost. The area also offers excellent fishing for pike, bass and pickerel.
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