The city is situated along the Napanee River, which empties into Mohawk Bay. If you love the outdoors, this is the town for you.
Right next to Napanee is Mohawk Bay Park, an outstanding campground and a place to enjoy watersports. If you’re looking to go fishing, you’ll find all the walleye you want in May and June. If you’re really good (or just think you’re good), the Walleye Derby & Tournament draws some 8,000 fishermen every year, so if you’re visiting during that time, sign up and see how far your competitive spirit can take you. Ready to indulge in some relaxation? Across the bay from Napanee is Amherst Island, which you can reach via ferry. This quiet, peaceful place is perfect for bird-watching, bicycling, and just walking on the beach next to Lake Ontario.
Book a Napanee hotel to stay close to this quiet town. If your lodgings are near Dundas Street, you’ll have access to Napanee’s small downtown area, which includes the Allan Macpherson House. This is the former home of Allan Macpherson, a Napanee entrepreneur, militia major, postmaster, and holder of several other positions and titles. His house, built in 1826, was the first private residence in the town; these days, it’s a historical education facility for both children and adults.
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