Fertile land and diverse crops abound in the vast agricultural landscape of Clarendon. Dairy, cattle, and grain farms majestically shape the rural landscapes of this municipality. Here, expertise is shared, effort is a source of pride, and family is at the core of many entrepreneurial and community-based projects.
- 1 256 residents
- 1 shared library (Shawville-Clarendon) in Shawville
- 1 electric vehicle charging station near Familiprix
How we stand out
- Sand Bay, one of the most beautiful public beaches in the Pontiac region, is along the Ottawa River in Clarendon. Residents and tourists go there to relax with their feet in the sand or to swim (unsupervised beach).
- Chains are quite rare in the Pontiac region. In Clarendon, nearby businesses include a Giant Tiger and a Canadian Tire.
- Since 2010, the Little Red Wagon Winery has been growing their own grapes. This family winery attracts vacationers with its enchanting location, its white, red, and rosé wines, its event hall, and its gourmet restaurant.
- There are a number of small farmers’ markets in the Pontiac region. R and R Farms in Clarendon has a fresh vegetable stand that is open Saturday mornings from mid-May to mid-October.
- La fée des bois Apothecary grows—in an environmentally friendly manner in fields or in the forest—plants that it sells or uses to create products. It is in its plant sanctuary—a large, 70-acre area with two small streams that run through it, surrounded by ancient forests—that it gathers all it needs to create its products.