Rideau Canal in Smiths Falls.

Welcome to the Town of Smiths Falls. Centrally located in Eastern Ontario, we are the hub for tourism. Come for a day, a week, a month, or make it your home; there's always a warm welcome awaiting you in Beautiful Smiths Falls.

Beautiful Smiths Falls.

Situated in a parkland setting along the Rideau Canal, located on Hwy 15,  Smiths Falls is within easy commuting distance of Ottawa, Kingston, Western Quebec, Upper New York State, and all of Eastern Ontario.

Smiths Falls' history dates from the American Revolutionary War (United Empire Loyalists) and was established as part of a stragetic defence plan against invasion from the south. It was in the late 1700's when UEL Thomas Smyth received a gift of 400 acres from the Royal Commission. Later Smyth, as well as other settlers, used the many falls in the region to build sawmills and other water-powered businesses. By 1860 there were apporximately 1,100 inhabitants.

Smiths Falls.

Nestled in a picturesque setting along the Rideau Canal, today Smiths Falls is a modern community with old-world charm. There is a great wealth of Canadian history, architecture, and culture to be found in Smiths Falls.

  • Discover the heritage.
  • Experience the adventure.
  • Explore the waterways.
  • Participate in the festivals and organized activities.
  • Enjoy the entertainment.
  • Kick-back and relax.
Perth butterfly
Springtime in Beautiful Smiths Falls.

Get in touch with a big piece of Canadian history. Whether single, a couple, family, youth or adult, a memorable vacation awaits each and everyone. Discover the legacy left behind by those who settled Eastern Ontario. Smiths Falls truly is a historical momument to be seen in all its beauty. Come explore, discover, and experience all that Beautiful Smiths Falls has to offer.

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