- Our list of the best things to do in Arnprior, Ontario, features the top 21 nearby activities — including 14 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Arnprior, Ontario has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Sports & Fitness, Sights & Landmarks, Museums & Galleries, and Adventures.
- The results below include the top 7 things to do within the city of Arnprior, Ontario , followed by 14 popular activities in nearby cities, including Almonte, Carleton Place, Calabogie, Chelsea, Bristol and Ladysmith
100% 7 votes
412 Gillies Grove Road, Arnprior, Ontario MoreLess Info
A forested edge of the Ottawa River contains the Gillies Grove and House National Historic Site of Canada. This interwar period country estate brims with white pine about the grounds, marking a direct relationship with the McLachlins and the Gillies, the most two illustrious Valley forest industry families.
88% 8 votes
35 Madawaska Street | K7S 2N7, Arnprior, Ontario MoreLess Info
The Arnprior & District Museum gives visitors access to three stories of artifacts and exhibits detailing the local history. It's situated next to a beach and has programs to accommodate learning children.
Licensed instructors, certified by the Canadian Sport Parachuting Association, accommodate newbie sky-divers at Mile High Parachuting. It's only five minutes from Arnprior, and occasionally, it's used to train military personnel with their specialized equipment.
The eastern edge of Arnprior has the Madawaska Golf Club, where members are entitled to clubhouse banquets and professional equipment specials. It was the very first 18 hole golf course in Arnprior twenty five years ago.
100% 1 votes
Maple Bend Road & Mill Ridge Road, Arnprior, Ontario MoreLess Info
The Alexander Stewart Provincial Park encompasses a forest filled with Basswood and Maple trees. Camping is not permitted, but visitors can freely observe the more rare varieties of hardwood trees growing in the forest, such as the Bur Oak and Blue-Beech varieties.
100% 2 votes
36 Ragged Chute, Bristol, Quebec MoreLess Info
Timberland Tours offers visitors the opportunity to go dog-sledding through a red pine forest during both the summer and winter months. The location also features the annual Bristol Dryland Canadian Championship dog race.
78% 18 votes
3, Rosamond St. E., Almonte, Ontario MoreLess Info
Designated a national historic site, the Mississippi Valley Textile Museum explores Canada's textile industry. The museum features exhibits from the early mill history and machinery to cottage industry and modern fiber art.