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Phone : (613) 335-2811
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Arden, ON (Nearby: Mountain Grove, Kaladar, Ardoch, Parham, Northbrook)

1004 Bridge
Arden, Ontario
K0H 1B0

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Ontario Tourism Region : Ontario's Highlands

Description From Owner:
  • Pop. 239. In Kennebec T., Frontenac C., on Big Clear L. and C. Rd. 15.2 km. S of Hwy 7, 19 km. E ofKaladar, 64 km. NW of Kingston.
  • Early settlers were Anglo-Saxons and French, most United Empire Loyalists.
  • In the early 1850s the Rathbun Lumber Company set up just N of Arden, creating many jobs and attracting more settlers, some of whom created grain-growing and dairy businesses.
  • The community was fIrst known as Clear Valley, but changed to Arden when the post office was established in 1865.
  • The name may have been inspired by Alfred Lord Tennyson's recently-published poem Enoch Arden. In 1882 the Ontario and Quebec Railway built their line through Arden and called the station Ardendale.
  • The construction of Hwy 7 in 1932 killed the railroad and the last train called in 1967. From 1914 to 1920, Edward Barker provided electricity for homes and street lights from a waterwheel on Arden Cr.

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Tim on 30-Jul-12
A really picturesque little town with some great little shops - Art, Pottery & Batik. As well, there is a garden walk and stone church. Arden also has a public beach, library, legion and Kennebec community centre. After recently moving from Toronto to Henderson, which is on the other side of Highway 7 from Arden, this area in the Land o' Lakes with numerous campgrounds & cottages brings peace and tranquility and a great sense of ease to one's soul.

Visitors to this page: 19,506     This record last updated: April 4, 2009

Off the beaten track:
  • Ardendale, 2km
  • Henderson, 9km
  • Elm Tree, 8km
  • McLean, 9km
  • Kirk Cove, 11km
  • Bordenwood, 10km
  • Seouls Corners, 12km
  • Wagarville, 13km
  • Gull Creek, 16km
  • Long Lake, 13km
  • Coxvale, 18km
  • Harlowe, 15km
  • Fernleigh, 21km
  • Glastonbury, 16km
  • Bellheck, 22km
  • Echo, 19km
  • Wilkinson, 22km
  • Myers Cave, 21km
  • McGuire Settlement, 23km
  • Flinton Corner, 19km
  • Burke Settlement, 22km
  • Camp Oconto, 19km
  • Chippewa, Yarker, 26km
  • Tamworth, 26km
  • Sharbot Lake, 20km
  • Oak Flats, 24km
  • Tichborne, 20km
  • Oconto, 20km
  • Plevna, 28km
  • Oso, 21km
  • Bishop Corners, 21km
  • Beech Corners, 27km
  • Lens, 30km
  • Clarendon Station, 25km
  • Reidville, Newburgh area, 31km
  • Bobs Lake, 23km
  • Bradshaw, Westport area, 22km
  • Cole Lake, 25km
  • Bellrock, 30km
  • Robertsville, 27km
  • Piccadilly, 28km
  • Croydon, 33km
  • Ingle, 33km
  • Ungava, 25km
  • Moscow, 33km
  • Centreville, Newburgh area, 35km
  • East Hungerford, 30km
  • Crow Lake, Westport area, 25km
  • Donaldson, 33km
  • Bon Echo, 29km
Nearby Lakes:
  • Cedar Lake, 1km
  • Arden Lake, 1km
  • Big Clear Lake, 2km
  • Thompson Lake, 2km
  • Garrison Lake, 2km
  • Buck Lake, 3km
  • Dutch Lake, 4km
  • Kennebec Lake, 4km
  • Little Marl Lake, 4km
  • Kellar Lake, 4km
  • Big Marl Lake, 4km
  • Spruce Lake, 5km
  • Horseshoe Lake, 6km
  • Scanlin Lake, 6km
  • Bull Lake, 5km
  • Small Clear Lake, 7km
  • Cox's Lake, 7km
  • Wallbridge Lake, 5km
  • Puddle Lake, 8km
  • Salmon Lake, 8km
  • Crotch Lake, 7km
  • Little Beaver Lake, 7km
  • Bitch Lake, 9km
  • Carnahan Lake, 7km
  • Ink Lake, 10km
  • Barrs Lake, 9km
  • Hungry Lake, 10km
  • Cranberry Lake, 9km
  • Penny Lake, 10km
  • Watson Lake, 8km
  • Little Mud Lake, 8km
  • Long Narrow Lake, 9km
  • Lyman Lake, 11km
  • Dog Lake, 11km
  • Big McNeil Lake, 12km
  • Little McNeil Lake, 12km
  • Mink Lake, 11km
  • Little Bear Lake, 12km
  • McNeil Mud Lake, 12km
  • Rock Lake, 12km
  • Big Gull Lake, 12km
  • Little Sunfish Lake, 13km
  • McNeil Lakes, 11km
  • Bear Lake, 13km
  • McLaughlin Lake, 10km
  • Big Sunfish Lake, 13km
  • Little Norway Lake, 13km
  • Norway Lake, 13km
  • Pleasant Lake, 13km
  • Puzzle Lake, 14km