At the South Eastern edge of Renfrew County, bounded to the North by the Ottawa River, is the rural Township of Horton. Winding its way through Horton is the historic Bonnechere River, which runs from Algonquin Park to its confluence with the Ottawa River. While the lifestyle is country, it is a short commute to nearby towns and the Nation’s Capital of Ottawa on the Trans Canada Highway.
With the advantageous location there are many commercial and industrial opportunities available in the area including country retreats and spas, retail, marketing, agri-business and forestry.
Tourism development opportunities abound with waterfront, farm and forest settings, ridgeline views of the Ottawa Valley and Quebec’s Laurentian Mountains. Close proximity to small towns, Ottawa, Gatineau, and the bridge to Quebec countryside is similarly auspicious.