Living in the Area

Mallorytown is a great place to live year round or seasonally. Living in MallorytownOur small town charm makes the perfect location for young families and retirees who are looking for a safe and quiet environment offered in rural living, and is still close enough to many larger cities and international bridges.  This creates an ideal living location on top of the natural beauty of living along the St. Lawrence River.

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Seasonal Residence
Mallorytown and the surrounding area have several bodies of water to be enjoyed through boating, swimming, and fishing.  There are around 400 seasonal and cottage residences enjoyed during the warmer months and a number of seasonal campgrounds as well.  Many outdoor activities can be enjoyed like Jones Creek hiking trails, the Waterfront Trails, and the Farmer’s Market with crafts, baked goods, and locally grown produce.  The river can be accessed by the Brown’s Bay Provincial Day Park, Thousand Islands National Park, and the TJ Guild Marine.  Several of our annual events occur in the summer and programs can often be found in the Community Centre.
Active Living
With over 50km of trails for hiking, cycling, and skiing, Front of Yonge will keep you moving. With difficulty levels suitable for everyone, you can enjoy trekking through nature. Our beach at Brown’s Bay allows for swimming and boating is popular throughout the municipality.  Our Community Centre offers programs to keep you active as well that can be found on our Events Calendar or on the Community Board in the Centre.
Front of Yonge Elementary school located in Mallorytown teaches from junior kindergarten to Grade 6.  The Ontario Early Year Centre at the Community Centre, offers a local program for children up to six years old weekly, as well as special summer events.  Our library has over 14,000 items and continues to offer the latest books.
Renovations & Building
It is always a good idea to check with the Building Inspector before beginning any renovation project. Inspectors are trained to know what is safe, how to maintain structural integrity, and about current by-laws. Forms and by-laws can be found online and at our office.
Many contractors and businesses are located in the Township can help you with any alterations you wish to make, and the provincial government may provide financial assistance through the Ontario Renovates Program.