A Charming Downtown Core and Large Superstores - Renfrew Has It All!

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Downtown Renfrew shopping is overseen by the Renfrew Business Improvement Area association. The BIA works hard to ensure the downtown remains beautiful, easy to access and offers a multitude of services for area consumers.

The library is located downtown, as is the Town Hall in Lowe Square - the site of many annual festivities. Shopping includes a chocolate shop, computer store, several small cozy restaurants like the Tea Room, Bonnechere Bakery or Delicious. Family fare at Charlies, Finnigans, Huxleys on Main and BobSledz is great in the daytime and all offer entertainment at night. Financial institutions, computer service, clothing stores, tailoring, groceries and more are all available downtown.

It is a picturesque main street, with wide sidewalks, benches and flowers and seasonal flags flapping in the breeze. Festivities and events are always being scheduled, for every season, and so gatherings at Lowe Square are a common sight. Stop and have some homemade chocolate at JJ's, shop for a good deal at the Bargain Shop, pick up some supplies at Rexall or groceries at Metro.

Historic downtown Renfrew has unique stores, restaurants, and great service, all in a picturesque setting.
Photo by Olivia MacDougall

O'Brien Road also has a lot to offer, drawing shoppers and visitors from across the Valley. Weekends find parking lots filled with residents from Ontario, Quebec and surrounding communities. No Frills, Mark's Work Wearhouse, Reitmans, Payless Shoes, WalMart (featuring a large grocery store), Northern Reflections, Urban Planet, Biba, Canadian Tire and much more are all located on O'Brien Road.

If you drive through town, you will find more restaurants, motels and hotels, hardware stores (Rona and Home Hardware are located in Renfrew), jewellery stores, car lots and multiple other goods and services.