Mallorytown is located in beautiful Eastern Ontario, along the St. Lawrence River between Kingston and Brockville within the Front of Yonge Township. Positioned in the United Counties of Leeds and Grenville, it is the home of the Thousand Islands National Park (formerly known as the St. Lawrence Islands National Park), Brown's Bay Provincial Park, as well as a number of private campgrounds, the Jones Creek walking trail system, and the 1000 Islands walking/bike path which extends west as far as Gananoque.
The heritage and culture of Mallorytown hold great importance to its residents with the township hosting a number of festivals highlighting 19th century life. The Mallory Coach House offers visitors a look at our local history through the strong support of local volunteers, and provides information about Canada’s first Glassworks factory that was uncovered here. Our peaceful way of life harmonizes with the natural beauty the area has to offer.
Front of Yonge Township is connected to larger centres by the 401 Highway, and is located between two International bridges. The predominance of the Canadian Shield produces a scenic beauty and diverse landscape which includes exposed rock formations and heavy tree cover, as well as wide fields and beaches.