Quality of Life
Recreation and Culture
The South Stormont Parks and Recreation Department is proud to work with a variety of organizations and volunteers in order to offer a wide range of facilities and programs serving both local residents and visitors looking for recreational activities.
Since the development of the Recreation Master Plan in 2009, the Township has been focused on a number of strategic projects. The aim of these projects has been to preserve current facilities with timely renovations while enhancing recreational activities through the implementation of new programs and construction of additional amenities.
South Stormont has a strong volunteer base committed to offering a wide variety of activities and programs for those of all ages. Along with the many facilities and programs is a long list of recreational attractions that include:
- Multi-purpose seasonal recreational trails
- Parks of the St. Lawrence Campgrounds
- Lakeview Beach and day use park
- The Upper Canada Migratory Bird Sanctuary
- The Stormont Yacht Club
- Long Sault Marina
- The Lost Villages Museum
- Upper Canada Village
- Cornwall Motor Speedway
- Hoople Bay ice fishing
- Stormont County Fairgrounds
- and much more!
To find out more about the recreational programs South Stormon has to offer, visit Parks and Recreation.
The Township of South Stormont is fortunate to have the St. Lawrence Medical Clinic. The clinic operates in the village of Ingleside, providing quality healthcare with reliable, community oriented healthcare professionals.
3 Thorold Lane
Ingleside, ON K0C 1M0
South Stormont is in close proximity to the Winchester District Memorial Hospital and the Cornwall Community Hospital. These facilities have both undergone extensive renovations and boast state of the art medical facilities.
Pharmacies are easliy accessible, located in Ingleside and Long Sault. If you are unable to pick up your prescription, their medication delivery service will deliver your medications directly to your home, free of charge.
Eastern Ontario Health Unit
The Eastern Ontario Health Unit is responsible for the delivery of local public health programs and services, carried out in collaboration with other organizations in the health system and in partnership with municipal governments and community stakeholders. They are involved in a number of areas, including infection control, chronic deisease prevention, healthy babies and children, environment, food and water safety, and the promotion of healthy lifestyles.
For more information, visit the Eastern Ontario Health Unit website www.eohu.ca.
Telehealth Ontario gives you Free Access to a Registered Nurse — 24 Hours a day, 7 days a Week by calling 1-866-797-0000. Telehealth Ontario is a free, confidential telephone service you can call to get health advice or general health information from a Registered Nurse. That means quick, easy access to a qualified health professional, who can assess your symptoms and help you decide your best first step.
They can help you decide whether to care for yourself, make an appointment with your doctor, go to a clinic, contact a community service or go to a hospital emergency room. You do not need to provide your health insurance number and all information is confidential.
A call to Telehealth Ontario does NOT replace 911 — that's always the first number you should call in emergency situations!
Fire and Emergency Services
South Stormont Fire Protection Services covers an area of 509 square kilometers containing some 5,200 structures. The Township is proud to be protected by the approximately 96 highly trained volunteer firefighters led by our Fire Chief. Emphasis is placed on training to ensure that the community continues to receive the high level of service it has come to expect. Check out our Fire and Emergency Services department to learn more.