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From a day at the beach to boating to dining out and experiencing the arts, Kanata offers every amenity in one place. One of the largest suburbs in Ottawa, Kanata is a draw for families who want to enjoy a welcoming community and tech mavens working in Kanata’s thriving tech environment.

The Kanata North Technology Park is home to more than 500 companies, including Ciena, Mitel, Nokia and Wesley Clover. Adjacent to the Park is the Brookstreet, a 4-diamond hotel with resort-like features, among which are Au Naturel Spa, indoor and outdoor pools, golf facilities and several dining choices including Options Jazz Lounge and Perspectives Restaurant.

Golfers link up at the community’s many clubs, including The Marshes, Loch Marsh, Kanata and Amberwood Village golf and country clubs. Fitness enthusiasts can raise their heart rates at Goodlife or Movati Athletic. Those who prefer to take to the open road can enjoy access to The Great Trail of Canada (formerly the Trans Canada Trail), which is popular for bikers and runners alike. National Capital Commission (NCC)-run Stony Swamp connects to The Great Trail and offers amazing wetlands, a maple forest and beaver ponds. The NCC website touts this parkland as being home to more than 700 plant species, 11 of which are not found elsewhere in the Greenbelt. With over 40-kilometers of trails, visitors can bike, cross-country ski, hike and snowshoe in this phenomenal parkland. The South March Highlands is another major draw for mountain hikers and bikers. Horse riders will love Wesley Clover Parks, an recreational facility with equestrian competitions, lessons and riding camps. Nature surrounds everything in Kanata, which offers lots of space and tons of entertainment.

Other sports facilities in the area include the Canadian Tire Centre (the Ottawa Senators’ home base and a popular concert venue) and the Bell Sensplex. Several recreation complexes are found in the area, including the Kanata Recreation Complex and Richcraft Recreation Complex, which has two large gyms, an eight-lane pool, two artificial turf fields, a children’s splash pad and two basketball courts. The Kanata Rhythmic Sportive Gymnastics Club (KRSG) is one of the oldest gymnastic clubs in Canada.

With so much to do, it’s no wonder Kanata is a huge draw for families. Children will love Rideau Gymnastics, Kanata GymnoSphere, Kids Kingdom, Xtreme Trampoline Park, The Pottery Playhouse and Altitude Gym (rock climbing) – all of which are great for both regular entertainment and birthday parties. The west end is also full of parks and splash pads.

Arts lovers will appreciate proximity to Kanata Theatre, which runs plays out of the Ron Maslin Playhouse throughout the year. The Kanata Civic Art Gallery also offers visual stimulus.
Locals appreciate the wide variety of fantastic dining options in the area. Family-owned Fratelli Kanata has great Italian food. Kanata Centrum Shopping Centre also offers a hub for dining, entertainment and services from banks to salons. It has tons of retail and a huge Landmark Cinema complex. Tanger Outlets offers more shopping and there is a Costco in the area.

Some of Kanata’s high-end homes are found in the Kanata Lakes neighbourhood. With Kanata Golf and Country Club running through the neighbourhood, tranquility and beauty are forefront. Due to proximity to Canadian Tire Centre, many hockey players make their homes in various Kanata communities.

Kanata is just a short drive to Dunrobin / Rural Kanata, with its postcard-perfect, sprawling sandy beaches. Dunrobin is known for its water access via the Ottawa River, which jogs into pretty Constance Bay. This area is extremely popular for those seeking waterfront or water view homes with acreage and privacy. Due to its proximity to Kanata (approximately 8 minute’ drive) and downtown Ottawa (approximately 35 minutes), it is the perfect place to enjoy rural, waterfront living in Ottawa.

Pinhey’s Point Historic Site is a draw for boaters and cyclists. The approximately 200-year-old manor home is situated on 35 hectares (88 acres) of fields, shoreline and parkland.

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