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Town of Smiths Falls (Single Tier Lanark)

Phone : (613) 283-9191
Your Host(s) : Canada Post Smiths Falls

Smiths Falls, ON (Nearby: Lombardy, Jasper, Rideau Ferry, Toledo, Merrickville)

  • Wood’s Mill Three structures, two grain mills and a grain elevator, found in Smith’s Falls. Parks Canada purchased them in 1980 as they are considered historically important as an early industrial complex. The oldest building dates from 1852.

117 17 Church E.
Smiths Falls, Ontario
K7A 2B6

Ontario Tourism Region : Ontario's Highlands

Description From Owner:
  • Pop. 8,969. In South Elmsley T., Leeds and Grenville Cs., and North Elmsley T., Lanark C., on the Rideau R. at the E end of Rideau L. and Hwy 15 and C. Rds. 4, 29, & 43, 83 km. SW of Ottawa.
  • Although the spelling has been changed, the community is named after Maj. Thomas Smythe, a United Empire Loyalist who received a Crown grant ofland in 1784 and built a sawmill on a series of falls in the Rideau R.
  • Smythe then mortgaged his holdings, failed to meet his financial obligations, and the land was bought in 1825 by Abel Ward.
  • Ward is considered to be the founder of the town, which for a time was called Wardsville The name was later changed to Smythe's Falls and then modified to Smith's Falls, the apostrophe courtesy of a clerk in Toronto.
  • Locals ignored the apostrophe and in 1968, by an act of the Ontario legislature, it was removed from the name. Smiths Falls was the first town in Ontario to have a government-approved plan for the development and expansion of its boundaries.
  • The town is divided into four district wards -- residential, commercial, light manufacturing, and heavy industry areas.

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Off the beaten track:
  • Atironto, 1km
  • Welsh, Smiths Falls area, 6km
  • Numogate, 6km
  • Shanes, 7km
  • Nolans Corners, 7km
  • Rosedale, Smiths Falls area, 6km
  • Kilmarnock, 7km
  • Glenview, 9km
  • Port Elmsley, 8km
  • Wolford Chapel, 9km
  • Motts Mills, 13km
  • Newbliss, 12km
  • Beveridge Locks, 9km
  • Gillies Corners, 13km
  • Rideau Ferry, 11km
  • Frayn's Landing, 13km
  • Franktown Station, 15km
  • Judgeville, 15km
  • Blanchards Hill, 14km
  • Franktown, 16km
  • Eastons Corners, 13km
  • Crystal, 15km
  • Toledo, 18km
  • Bellamys Mill, 20km
  • Newboyne, 20km
  • Beckwith, 20km
  • Tennyson, 19km
  • Scotch Point, 19km
  • Elmgrove, Perth area, 17km
  • Prospect, Carleton Place area, 22km
  • Yule, 19km
  • Lehighs Corners, 22km
  • Craig Shore, 20km
  • Andrewsville, 17km
  • Coleman's Shore, 20km
  • Robertson's Shore, 19km
  • McNaughton Shore, 20km
  • Carleys Corner, 17km
  • Hemlock Corners, 18km
  • Wolford Centre, 18km
  • Sinclair Shore, 22km
  • Blacks Corners, Carleton Place area, 24km
  • Ebbs Shore, 21km
  • Eloida, 25km
  • McCulloughs Landing, 20km
  • Redan, 24km
  • Petrie Shore, 23km
  • Rocksprings, 23km
  • Eyre Corners, 24km
  • Drummond Centre, 20km
Nearby Lakes:
  • South Mud Lake, 6km
  • Bacchus Mud Lake, 5km
  • Lower Rideau Lake, 9km
  • North Mud Lake, 14km
  • Bass Lake, 13km
  • Otter Lake, 15km
  • Irish Lake, 17km
  • Dunbar Lake, 18km
  • Bellamys Lake, 21km
  • Canton Lake, 17km
  • Mill Pond, 19km
  • Adams Lake, 18km
  • Thoms Mud Lake, 17km
  • Otty Lake, 18km
  • Cranberry Lake, 19km
  • Doctor Lake, 18km
  • Atkins Lake, 21km
  • Big Rideau Lake, 21km
  • Mississippi Lake, 22km
  • Little Lake, 23km
  • Andrew Lake, 19km
  • Lake Eloida, 26km
  • Mud Lake, 20km
  • Loon Lake, 22km
  • Rock Lake, 21km
  • McLaren Lake, 21km
  • Long Lake, 21km
  • Long Island Lake, 24km
  • Mills Lake, 22km
  • Round Lake, 23km
  • Lissons Lake, 21km
  • Mud Lake, 29km
  • Lost Lake, 25km
  • Haley Lake, 25km
  • Mud Lake, 29km
  • Upper Beverley Lake, 32km
  • Coin Lake, 28km
  • Wiltse Lake, 34km
  • Black Lake, 27km
  • Mud Lake, 34km
  • Lower Beverley Lake, 35km
  • Stewart Lake, 28km
  • Lambs Pond, 32km
  • Bass Lake, 37km
  • Green Lake, 37km
  • Temperance Lake, 36km
  • Centre Lake, 36km
  • Pike Lake, 29km
  • Little Long Lake, 38km
  • Little Ramsbottoms Lake, 32km