Constance Bay is in West Carleton-March Ward in the rural northwest of Ottawa.
Constance Bay was named by French Fur Traders after Simon Constant who was a member of the Algonquin First Nation and who was in the area before white settlers arrived. This beautiful community surrounds the Torbolton Forest (a 147 Hectare managed green space and home to rare plant life, animals and birds) and Buckham’s Bay along the Ottawa River.
Constance Bay has beautiful beaches & views of the Ottawa river.
Constance Bay is a unique community. Its defining elements are the beautiful beaches, views of the river and a streetscape that is dominated by large oak trees with houses and cottages set far back from the road. The large trees and thick shrubbery screen the houses from view.
Restaurant and bar with patio, providing home cooked meals, finger food, and pub fare.
346 Bayview Dr,
115 Constance Bay Rd.