Whether you're in a cottage or a tent, a B&B or an Inn, you might notice one thing when you lay down to sleep in Frontenac.

That is, you hear nothing at all.

If not nothing, maybe the pleasant sound of water lapping on the shore, or perhaps the less pleasant whip-poor-will or the haunting cry of coyotes.
You may overhear the ratatat of a woodpecker getting breakfast or a symphony of frogs to announce the dawn of a new day.

Items on shelf at Linden Tree B&B

Go Jump in a Lake! Crush Your Summer Goals #inFrontenac

The lakeside deck is a picturesque area to sit by the lake and spend an entire afternoon devouring a favourite book, taking a swim or even going for a paddle on one of The Linden Tree’s single-seat kayaks.
Mike & Heidi stayed at the Linden Tree B&B when they explored the Sydenham area...

Interior at Cedar House, Silent Valley Alpaca

Come Wander Through North Frontenac’s Natural Paradise

The charming cabin consists of three bedrooms, a full (3pc) bathroom and fully equipped kitchen. The master bedroom sports a King sized bed, while the other rooms both feature queen-size beds. 
Mike and Heidi stayed at the Cedar House at Silent Valley Alpaca during this adventure...

Family hiking at Frontenac Provincial Park

Family Friendly Hiking

Reconnecting with nature is one of the best ways to rediscover your kids and yourself as a (happy, calm) parent. That is, if you don't end up unprepared on a trail that is too advanced!

Here are the top spots in Frontenac to take the kiddos for a hike.... 


Ashley Rae spent her 2020 Bass Opener on Sharbot Lake. Check out her blog for the story.


Enjoy Ontario's best stargazing at the North Frontenac observation pad in Plevna.


The Railway Heritage Park in Sharbot Lake celebrates our rich rail history.

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