Visit Pinhey’s Point

Pinhey’s Point Historic Site
270 Pinhey’s Point Road
Dunrobin, Ontario
K0A 1T0

For visitor information, including hours of operation, accessibility, and public programming, please visit the City’s Pinhey’s Point Historic Site Facebook page or the City of Ottawa Museums webpage for the site or call (613) 580-9638 or (613) 832-4347 during opening hours.

Driving directions to the site:

Take the Queensway (Highway 417) to exit #138 at March Road/ Eagleson Road. Proceed north on March Road to Dunrobin Road. Turn right onto Dunrobin Road and immediately turn right onto Cameron Harvey Drive (formerly Riddell Drive). Curve left at the end onto Sixth Line Road and follow the signs to Pinhey’s Point Historic Site. There are two parking lots along Pinhey’s Point Road.

"Park and Marquee – Pinhey's Point, Ontario", 2011, a colour view of Horaceville and Pinhey's Point by Rob Huntley using kite aerial photography (© Rob Huntley, PPF Collection,
“Park and Marquee – Pinhey’s Point, Ontario”, 2011 (© Rob Huntley, PPF Collections,