Once home to eastern Ontario’s first cold storage plant, Oxford Station is a pleasant hamlet with a history firmly entrenched in the Bytown and Prescott Railway system.
Years ago, the train stopped here, bringing farmers hardware and supplies – and picking up cheese and eggs to deliver to Ottawa. With long stretches of quiet highway and rural roads, Oxford Station is a popular destination for cycling enthusiasts.
Things to do in Oxford Station
- Get a bite to eat at Paul's Bistro
- Take a historical walking tour through the village.
- Browse through antiques at Country Side Antiques
- Lace up your boots and take a hike in Limerick Forest