Napanee is a historic town that maintains its small town feel while having all of the amenities and activities you would expect from a larger town. Conveniently location just a short drive from both Kingston and Belleville, Napanee isn’t only a great place to live and work, it’s also great for people looking to commute to either city.
Napanee is full of great activities, festivals and events that will keep the whole family busy all year round. Take a stroll along the boardwalk from Conservation Park to Springside Park, visit local museums like Lennox and Addington County Museum or the Allan Macpherson House. Explore beautiful downtown Napanee with its various unique shops and dining experiences.
This town is a great place to raise a family!
Napanee is full of activities for the whole family.
Discover the beautiful Napanee river, boasting walking trails, picnic areas and beautiful scenery. The river is close to downtown Napanee and all of its amazing shopping, dining and activities.
Go golfing at the Napanee Golf and Country Club, one of the oldest nine hole golf clubs in Canada. Participate in the Napanee Fair, an event where the family can watch truck and tractor pulls, live concerts, a demolition derby and more!
Napanee’s first recorded settlements were by the Iroquois in the late seventeenth century, eventually being settled by Loyalists in the late eighteenth century at the site of a waterfall on the Napanee River. Originally known as Clarksville after Robert Clark who build an early mill in the area, Napanee wasn’t incorporated until 1854.
There are several sites dedicated to preserving the rich history of Napanee. Visit the Allan Macpherson House (built in the early nineteenth century) or the County of Lennox and Addington Museum to learn more about Napanee’s past.
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