THINGS TO DO
The Calabogie area offers a number of outdoor activities for nature lovers and outdoor enthusiasts. The pristine lake and surrounding landscape offer a magnificent natural playground.
The area offers skiing, skating, hiking, fishing, Canoeing, kayaking, wakeboarding, swimming, boating, ATV & Snowmobile trails, golfing, race car driving and more!
Rest and relax indoors or visit local shops, restaurants / cafes, go on a studio tour, book an art lesson/ workshop at our onsite Art Studio, or take in a concert at the Neat Cafe in Burnstown!
There is something for everyone!
HIKING & SNOWSHOEING
The Township of Greater Madawaska offers numerous hiking & snowshoeing trails for all skill levels and has emerged as one of Ontario’s Premiere hiking destinations.
CROSS COUNTRY SKIING / MOUNTAIN BIKING TRAILS
Madawaska Nordic Trail (Cross country in the Winter & Mountain Biking in the Summer)
DOWNHILL SKIING / SNOWBOARDING
Fishing is fantastic in township of Greater Madawaska. Walleye (pickerel, dore), northern pike, small and large mouth bass, yellow perch, brown bullhead, channel catfish, rock bass and trout.
Calabogie, Black Donald, Centennial and Norcan Lake are popular fishing spots. The township also offers hundreds of smaller, more remote lakes throughout the area.
Renfrew County Fishing
Visit Ontario’s Natural Underground Wonder!
Guided tours through the caves open May Long Weekend – Thanksgiving
Calabogie Motorsports Park
Driving enthusiasts have the opportunity to experience North America’s premier driving experience at Calabogie Motorsports Park.
RECREATIONAL / TOURS / LESSONS / RENTALS
PLACES TO EAT
On The Rocks (onsite restaurant)
729 Mill St.
Oh-el-la Café (550 meters from Resort)
The Neat Café (17.1 km from Resort)
The Blackbird Café (17.1 km from Resort)