Marmora is the largest community in the Marmora and Lakes of Hastings County. Marmora is located on Crowe River along Highway 7.
Visit the Marmora Mines to view and learn more about the history of mining in Marmora dating back to before World War 2.
The rich history of Marmora township started with a story of mining in Eastern Ontario. From the 1820’s this township played a leading role in the development of iron mining. In addition, copper, lead, silver, gold and lithographic limestone have been extracted.
Although mining and lumbering have been vital to the township, the agriculture industry has supported more people in the area since the 1850’s.
It’s not just the history that draws people to Marmora Township, it is also the nature and attractions that the community has within. Marmora is home to the beautiful Glen Allan Park. Located on the North shore of Crowe Lake, Glen Allen Park has camping sites with beach and trail access for summer camping and fun. You can also find the Crowe Valley Jamboree at the Marmora Fair Grounds during the spring and summer season.
Don’t miss out on the fun. When the snow falls, come join the community for the annual Marmora SnowFest that holds the Marmora Cup dog-sled races.
The real estate opportunities in Marmora are far from few. With properties ranging from residential to land and agriculture, Marmora has plenty to offer.