Grove Nursing Home

About The Grove

Please visit and sign the online petition.

Take a virtual tour of the Grove

One of the latest projects at the Grove

The inspiration for this project came from a documentary called “Alive Inside.”
If you know someone who would benefit from this project, check this out

Read the Fall 2016 Grove Newsletter

Questions about moving to the Grove?  Call Joan Hughes, Director of Care  613-623-6547 x223


Programs & Services

The Grove Nursing home offers a full slate of activities and events — there is always something that will appeal to each resident.  In a given month, residents can participate in discussion groups, exercise and restorative care programs, manicures, sing-a-longs and entertainment (with local talent),  special outings and hot lunch service.  Through the popular adopt-a-grandparent program, they engage in activities and conversation with grade seven students from St. Joseph’s Separate School in Arnprior.

Exercise Refreshments Social Times
Day Trips Games and Trivia Social and physical games
Residents’ Council Meetings Mens/Ladies Night Weekly Church Services
Bible Study News and Views Music
Special Diners Clubs Family get togethers for special occasions Christmas Dinner
Easter Thanksgiving Family BBQ



The Grove Nursing Home
275 Ida St. N, Arnprior ON  K7S 3M7

Travelling westward from Ottawa:
Take Highway 417 until you come to Arnprior turn-off sign and follow it to the right and follow Madawaska Blvd. Continue over the bridge and go through three sets of lights. Continue to follow Madawaska Blvd. to Ida Street and turn right.
Arnprior is located approximately 55 kilometres west of Ottawa.

Travelling northeast:
Take Highway 401 East and get onto Highway 15 North at Kingston until you reach Arnprior.
Arnprior is located approximately 360 kilometres northeast of Toronto.

Parking Information
Adequate parking is available 24-hours-a-day, seven-days-a-week at the front of the Grove and there are clearly designated accessible parking spaces. Parking at the Grove is free for all visitors.

Visiting Hours
10 am to 8pm

Please remember in the winter months to remove any wet footwear.  Please also protect our residents by washing your hands.