About Seeley's Bay

Seeley's Bay is a small village along the 2007 UNESCO designated Rideau Canal. The "Bay" was created during the building of the Rideau Canal when flooding of the Cranberry Marsh occurred in the 1830's. Known for its annual Frost Fest, Truffle Shuffle, and Festival of Small Halls, Seeley's Bay will delight with gourmet chocolate, ice cream, and locally roasted coffee.  

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