The municipality of Litchfield is a short distance from Canadaâ€™s capital region. Itâ€™s beautiful countryside is bordered on the west by the Ottawa River, on the east by Thorne and Clarendon, on the south by Portage du Fort and on the north by Mansfield. The municipality of Litchfield, known for being one of the oldest municipalities in the County, includes sectors of Vinton, Campbellâ€™s Bay, Bryson and Portage du Fort.
Litchfield, a predominately farming community, offers rich farm land and a variety of resources for the outdoorsman. The outdoorsman is provided with woods, streams, lakes, and the Ottawa River, which are also valued attractions of the beautiful countryside that all visitors are sure to enjoy. In the winter months, Litchfield offers various opportunities and resources for activities such as snowmobiling, cross country skiing, and ice-fishing. Â Â Â
Agriculture and Industry
Litchfield offers farm land and a variety of resources for small family businesses and the larger entrepreneur as well. At present, major industries include agriculture, forestry and an industrial park which hosts various types of operations. The municipality is continuously working in partnership with different organizations and the MRC to improve the economic state of the municipality and welcomes new and innovative technology.
The beautiful landscape of Litchfield includes forests, lakes, streams, parks and the Ottawa River which make cottage life very attractive as a holiday escape and as well as permanent residential option for many. Easy access to the larger cities makes cottage living extremely feasible. The feeling of community makes living in the country very desirable for families and retirees.
The natural resources available are suitable for the outdoorsman and tourists alike. Fishing, hunting, hiking, camping and various other natural resources provide the best of what nature has to offer.
Come and enjoy!
Protecting Yourself from Mosquito and Tick Bites
Vie municipale : comme citoyen, je m’informe et je m’implique, document d’information sur la Loi visant principalement à reconnaître que les municipalités sont des gouvernements de proximité et à augmenter à ce titre leur autonomie et leurs pouvoirs (PL-122)