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Seaway Region

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The Seaway region is in Eastern Ontario, where it includes the southern portions of Frontenac, Leeds-Grenville and Stormont-Dundas-Glengarry counties along the St. Lawrence River and St. Lawrence Seaway.

The region is divided by the US border, splitting the Thousand Islands between Ontario and northern New York.

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Map of Seaway Region

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1000 islands playhouse in Gananoque

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  • Waterfront Trail (Waterfront Regeneration Trust). Series of cycle paths and trails along the north shore of Lake Ontario and the St. Lawrence Seaway. Signed route covers 780 km (485 miles) of the 900 km of trails (including parallel or alternate routes) from Niagara-on-the-Lake to the Quebec border, with some gaps.

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Routes through Seaway Region (Kingston-Cornwall, Ontario)
BellevilleNapanee  W Ontario 401.svg E  → becomes Quebec Autoroute 20.svgMontreal
OttawaKemptville  N Ontario 416.svg S  Ontario 16.svg Ends as NY812 → Ogdensburg bridge
Ends at 401Ontario 137.svg Thousand Islands bridge ←  N I-81.svg S  WatertownSyracuse


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