Drummond/North Elmsley Township
The Township of Drummond/North Elmsley was created in 1998 by the merging of the Townships of Drummond and North Elmsley. It is located in central Lanark County and has a population of 7,487.
It is a mostly rural municipality and is bounded by the Historic Rideau River Waterway to the south and the Mississippi River to the north-west. It includes the Hamlets of Port Elmsley, Balderson, Innisville and Ferguson’s Falls. The southern portion of the municipality features many lakes,rivers and mixed forests while the more western and northern areas feature rolling hills and fertile farmland. The Township is considered the southern gateway to Lanark County’s “Maple Syrup Trail.” For those familiar with the equestrian world, the municipality is home to world champion Ian Millar of Millar Brooke Farm.