Bacteria Water

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Each week, we will share the latest results of the beach water tests provided by the Leeds Grenville and Lanark District Health Unit.

Tests are conducted at 23 beaches in Lanark, Leeds and Grenville.

Find out more about the testing process.

This week’s results are:

OPENThe most recent bacterial test indicated that the water is safe for swimming, and other recreational activities.

  • Athens – Sand Bay County Park
  • Brockville – St. Lawrence Park
  • Elizabethtown – Lyn valley Park
  • Kitley – Bellamy Park
  • Lanark Highlands – Dalhousie Lake
  • Lanark Highlands – Lanark Beach
  • Robertson Lake Beach – Lanark Highlands
  • Kendrick’s Park, Leeds and the 1000 Islands
  • Mississippi Mills – Pakenham Beach
  • North Elmsley – Rideau Ferry Yacht Club
  • Prescott – Kelly’s Beach
  • Rideau Lakes Lower Beverly Lake Park
  • Rideau Lakes – Portland Campbell Street Beach
  • Rideau Lakes South Crosby Beach
  • Smiths Falls Junior
  • Smiths Falls – Smiths Falls Senior
  • Westport – Foley Mountain
  • Westport Sand Lake

CAUTION The water is not suitable for swimming. Recent bacterial testing of the water revealed unacceptable levels of bacteria.

  • Carleton Place – Riverside
  • Carleton Place – Centennial
  • Gananoque – Joel Stone Beach
  • Merrickville – Merrickville Beach
  • Mississippi Mills – Almonte Beach