Attractions

Madawaska Valley Studio Tour — While this unique tour is in October, many of the artisans have studios open year round.


Algonquin Provincial Park — Excellent interpretive walks and museums make this an educational adventure without you or the kids even realizing it. The logging museum is our favorite with its indoor and outdoor displays and keep your eyes open for moose, bear and beaver because you never know when you will get lucky.


The Barron River Canyon — Accessed through the Sand Lake Gate in Algonquin Park near Petawawa. The 1.5km trail wil take you to the top on the 100m high canyon far above the river below.


Bonnechere Provincial Park — A great place to put in your canoe, join in their archaeological programs or have a walk. We have a great little book available called "Walks of the Lower Bonnechere".


Madawaska Kanu Centre — Canada's leading kayak school smf home of the Madawaska Family Float Trips.


White Water Rafting — The Ottawa River is famous for white water adventure. There are several companies offering various trips and a great day of fun.


Highland Wilderness Tours — Trail riding by horse or by dogsled. A unique settling in the Highlands with friendly expert owners anxious to share their knowledge and love of their sports.


Opeongo Line Settlement Road — Drive or cycle this historic route through the magnificent Opeongo mountains with small towns and numerous historic points of interest, artisan studios and more.


Wilno — Canada's first Polish settlement and home to lovely craft galleries and spectacular lookout.


Bonnechere Caves — One of Attractions Canada's Provincial Gold Medal Winners.


Madonna House Pioneer Museum and Wool Shop — A unique collection from Canada's past located next to a "sheep to garment" wool shop in Combermere.


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Make sure you allow enough time to explore all the Valley has to offer.