The County of Renfrew is home to a beautiful network of trails and forests. The County of Renfrew owns 53 separate forested areas of land called the Renfrew County Forest (RCF). The area covers over 6,500 hectares (16,000 acres).
The County of Renfrew is a Municipal Government stretching west from Ottawa to the northern tip of historic Algonquin Park. Founded in 1861, Renfrew is the largest county in Ontario and is made up of 17 communities.
Renfrew County is packed with activities year-round. Whether you live here or are visiting, our region offers many outdoor adventures, festivals and events. The County has outdoor activities and areas to explore for people of all ages, interests and abilities.