Addington Highlands

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Addington Highlands
Township (lower-tier)
Township of Addington Highlands
Denbigh and Denbigh Lake
Denbigh and Denbigh Lake
Addington Highlands is located in Southern Ontario
Addington Highlands
Addington Highlands
Coordinates: 45°00′N 77°15′W / 45.000°N 77.250°W / 45.000; -77.250Coordinates: 45°00′N 77°15′W / 45.000°N 77.250°W / 45.000; -77.250
Country  Canada
Province  Ontario
County Lennox and Addington
Formed January 1, 1998
 • Type Township
 • Reeve Henry Hogg
 • Governing Body Addington Highlands Township Council
 • MP Scott Reid
 • MPP Randy Hillier
 • Land 1,328.32 km2 (512.87 sq mi)
Population (2016)[1]
 • Total 2,323
 • Density 1.7/km2 (4/sq mi)
Time zone UTC-5 (EST)
 • Summer (DST) UTC-4 (EDT)
Postal code FSA K0H
Area code(s) 613

Addington Highlands (2016 population 2,323)[1] is a township in central eastern Ontario, Canada, in the County of Lennox and Addington. Bon Echo Provincial Park is located primarily in Addington Highlands.


Addington Highlands was formed in 1998 as an amalgamation of the former townships of Ashby, Denbigh, Effingham, Abinger, Anglesea and Kaladar.

Addington Highlands contains Kaladar Pine Barrens Conservation Reserve and is near Puzzle Lake Provincial Park. This area was first settled following the construction of the Addington Road in 1857. It was originally named Scouten after its first postmaster. The old CPR rail bed passing through the town has become part of the Trans Canada Trail.



Addington Highlads Township comprises the communities of Addington, Bishop Corners, Caverlys Landing, Cloyne, Denbigh, Ferguson Corners, Flinton, Flinton Corners, Glastonbury, Glenfield, Kaladar, Massanoga, McCrae, Northbrook, Rose Hill, Slate Falls, Vennachar, Vennachar Junction and Weslemkoon.

The township's municipal offices are located in Flinton. Kaladar is located at the junction of Highway 7 and Highway 41.


Lakes of notable size within the township boundaries are:


Historical population

Parks and recreation[edit]

Weslemkoon (centre) and Effingham (lower right) Lakes, popular cottage locations

Addington Highlands contains the majority of Bon Echo Provincial Park.

See also[edit]


  1. ^ a b c d "Population and dwelling counts, for Canada, provinces and territories, and census subdivisions (municipalities), 2016 and 2011 censuses – 100% data". Statistics Canada. February 6, 2017. Retrieved February 8, 2017.
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