Moving Here

Visitors’ first stop in Vankleek Hill should be at 95 Main Street East, where student ambassadors Koryne and Elizabeth can help you with any information you need to make your visit to Vankleek Hill and our region unforgettable!Just across the street from the Vankleek Hill Museum and Tourist Information Centre is the Champlain Township Public Library, at 94 Main Street East. Visit this beautifully restored building, once the location of Scotiabank. The bank safe is now a study area! Champlain Township undertook this project and the restoration design was thanks to J.Denis Séguin, Architect, who lives on Home Avenue and is also involved in the museum and donated his services to design the Higginson Tower Restoration.

If you are in town scouting out properties and homes because you are thinking of moving here, visit Doreen Low and her team at Low’s Realty, located at 54 Main Street in Vankleek Hill.

The Vankleek Hill area is known for its many busy volunteers and organizations at work in the community! There are many organizations providing activities for seniors, recreation, sports, arts, culture and much more! Click here for a list of community organizations! We know you will find a welcoming group that matches your interests or see an opportunity to expand your horizons!

There are several schools in the immediate Vankleek Hill area for more info on educational institutes click here.

If you are in Vankleek Hill or in Eastern Ontario, pick up a copy of The Review, one of the longest-established independent community weekly newspapers in Ontario. Come visit The Review’s welcoming premises at 76 Main Street. It is a great place to find out more about Vankleek Hill, business and services in the area and more.

To find out more about our Vankleek Hill Ontario Business and Merchant Association visit their website by Clicking Here and for more information about the Champlain area visit www.champlain.ca.