Prescott-Russell is a county in Ontario, Canada. It has a population of about 80,000.
In this guide, Prescott-Russell is divided into three main regions. Each of these regions is divided into two sub-regions.
- South -- Picturesque and vibrant small towns
- Russell Township -- Living boomtowns full of adventure and wonder
- The Nation -- Small villages surrounded by forests and rolling hills
- Northwest -- A combination of rolling farmland and towns
- Clarence-Rockland -- Natural and human-made wonders
- Alfred-Plantagenet -- Breathtaking communities
- Northeast -- Where nature and urbanity intertwine
- Champlain Township -- Little shops and beaches
- Hawkesbury/East Hawkesbury -- A large town paired with forested plains
Towns and Villages
Prescott-Russell has no true cities. Instead, there are several towns and villages.
The southern portion of Prescott-Russell has many towns, the largest of which is Embrun. Many of the towns in this area are boomtowns.
- Embrun -- A boomtown in action with numerous things to see and do
- Russell -- A quaint little town with a village flair
- Limoges -- A town at the edge of the forest with a hamlet atmosphere
- St. Isidore -- Small village with the feel of an agricultural community
- Casselman -- Little village with a unique atmosphere
The Northwest has several towns and villages, the largest of which is Rockland.
- Rockland -- Large town "on the edge".
- Bourget -- Quaint town just right for birdwatching
- Alfred -- Growing village with a unique flair
- Plantagenent -- Atmospheric village filled with wonder
- Wendover -- Riverside village with a wonderful feel
The Northeast is a beautiful place near the Quebec border. The largest town is Hawkesbury.
- Vankleek Hill -- Quaint town with small shops
- L'Orignal -- Town by the coast
- Hawkesbury -- The largest town in Prescott-Russell still has a rural feel
- East Hawkesbury -- A township in action consisting of such beautiful places as St. Eugene