Carlow/Mayo is a township in
County in eastern Ontario, Canada.
was formed in 2001 by the amalgamation of the townships of
Historically, the economy in the area was based on timber and
mining. The Little
Mississippi River and York River were used to transport logs out of the
Now, tourism is an important part of the local
economy. Over half of the land in the region is designated crown land
According to the 2001 Statistics Canada
Mayo were named after the counties of the same
name in Ireland.
- Population: 833
- % Change (1996 – 2001):
- Dwellings: 609
- Area (km².): 388.45
- Density (persons per km².): 2.1