Places to stay in South Lancaster, Ontario
We currently have 10 accommodations in and around South Lancaster with other regional listings available for Motor Inns, Inns, Hotels, RV parks and other properties. You can filter listings by the available types:
Glengarry's most southernly location situated on the St. Lawrence River. Originally named Kirktown, this area features historic homes and gift shops, with nearby Cooper Marsh Conservation area providing marshland, treed swamps, upland meadows, ponds and streams. Places to eat in the region include Jj's Restaurant & Tavern, Dairy Queen, Mcdonald’s, and Bourdeau Restaurant.
Wondering where to stay? Accommodations in the town are primarily limited to Campgrounds and RV parks. If you are travelling in the area, South Lancaster is located close to Ruisseau Caza, Plage de Saint-Timothée, Ruisseau Cousineau, Pointe Toupin and Pointe Doyon.
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More about the areas accommodations and tourism
South Lancaster became the transportation point for the back concessions, first with the building of a wharf for boats to carry potash and timber and then by steamboats, which arrived on Lake St. Francis in 1826.
Other local South Lancaster information and places to visit.
- Longitude: -74°29'28.337
- Latitude: 45°7'47.650
- The Ontario Township of South Glengarry
Things to see and do
Summerheights Golf Links Ltd
Located at 1160 South Branch Road. Summerheights Golf Links is a public course located just off Highway 401 in Cornwall, Ontario with two beautiful 18 hole courses to choose from, reserving a tee time at Summerheights is never a problem. Voted "The Readers Choice" since 1997 we welcome golfers of all abilities.
Cornwall Curling Center
Located at 220 Water Street East. The Cornwall Curling Centre is one of the oldest curling organizations in Ontario. It was founded in 1884, on the banks of the St. Lawrence River, and has had a very illustrious and distinguished history. Our most notable champion is Bill Dickie, who captured the Canadian Seniors Championship in 1995.
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