Smiths Falls is an incredible town to visit and we look forward to welcoming you with our small town hospitality and friendliness. Located in the Heart of the Rideau Canal, Smiths Falls offers incredibly opportunities to explore and play outdoors.
In 2007, The Rideau Canal was listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. In the summer months you can enjoy boating, canoeing, swimming and fishing or walking our vast trail system. We still play outdoors in the winter months too with ice fishing, skating and snowmobiling.
Smiths Falls hosts several festivals each year and is also home to the Railway Museum of Eastern Ontario, The Heritage House Museum and the Rideau Canal Museum.
Whether you are coming for a day trip or to spend a week, you will enjoy our vibrant community and we encourage you to explore our many shops and restaurants. It’s a small town with big adventure.
If you’re looking for a day drip or an exciting overnight stay, the Railway Museum of Eastern Ontario is a must see! You’re also just steps to downtown and the waterfront. Learn more at https://rmeo.org
Come for a stroll in our beautiful parks, watch the boats go through the locks and have a picnic! You can also swim, paddle or play in the sandy beach! If are looking for bike or paddle rentals, reach out to Peddle & Paddle and get in on the action! https://www.smithsfallspedalandpaddle.ca
Enjoy a round of golf at The Smiths Falls Golf & Country Club. Home to LPGA Major Champions Brooke and Brittany Henderson, this course will not disappoint! 613. 283.3050.
Head to 4 Degrees Brewing Co. at 275 Brockville Street. This patio is dog friendly!
If you head up Beckwith Street, you’ll find shops for everyone! If you keep going til Russell Street, you’ll find a hidden gem at Davidson’s Courtyard!
You won’t want to miss the annual Spirit of the Drum Pow Wow presented by the Town of Smiths Falls or the Ribfest at Settler’s Ridge Mall. Looking for dates of events? Reach out to us via email at email@example.com
Our patios and restaurants often have live music! Stop by the Lockmaster’s Taphouse for a view of the water, or travel further up Beckwith to the Post Office Cocktail Bar. Need a recommendation? Stop by the Visitor Centre at 30 Lombard Street and we’ll set you up!
Smtihs Falls is proud of our architectural heritage and this self-guided walking tour will allow you to see the best of our historical town. Pick up your copy today at 77 Beckwith Street North, or at 30 Lombard Street in Victoria Park.