The Chelsea Creek community is bordered on the outskirts by a cycle and pedestrian path, ideal for walkers and mountain bikers. Other activities in nature such as snowshoeing, cross-country skiing, are only part of an infinite list of activities surrounding you.
The municipality of Chelsea has developed thanks to the timber trade just like the vast majority of the Outaouais due to the poverty of arable soils which does not allow the cultivation of land. In 1840, the Gilmour mills moved to Chelsea Falls, which was a key element in the development of the municipality.
In addition, the fact that Chelsea is located between the municipalities of Hull and Wakefield also plays in its favor for its development during the 19th century. Today, Chelsea’s population is different from the rest of the Outaouais as it is young, more educated than the rest of the region, with very high average income and low unemployment.
A unique and community lifestyle.
Chelsea is renowned for its local shops and for residents’ involvement in developing its identity. This has the advantage of also offering a lifestyle that is totally unique and special to Chelsea.
Discover services and local products or sunny patios where you can end the day with friends. Live a peaceful life where the landscapes are both bucolic and inspire rest, relaxation, calm and a sense of freedom.
A paradise for lovers of the outdoors and local cuisine
Chelsea is a foodies’ paradise. In addition to the gourmet offer of restaurants nearby, the Old Chelsea market has everything you need for a healthy table.
Living in nature does not mean compromising on modern conveniences. Thus, water and sewer services, Internet, natural gas and others are on your doorstep for your comfort.
The ultimate destination
North of Ottawa-Gatineau is the municipality of Chelsea, known for years for its quality of life. Surrounded by hills, bordered by Gatineau Park, crossed by the river of the same name, Chelsea has become synonymous with this popular lifestyle.