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Serving local community and Whitewater tourism information centre General store, Gas, Groceries, Food, Drinks, Hardware, Washrooms, Basic Medication, First Aid supplies, Pay Phone, Key to local AED Automatic External Defibrillator, etc..
Situated in an historic Thomas Fuller Post Office, the museum is a cornucopia of artefacts and information about Arnprior and the surrounding area. Exhibits about the logging industry, the visit of the Prince of Wales in 1860 and the railway makes this a must see for all cyclists. We’re close to restaurants and the beach which makes this an ideal destination. In 2013 we are celebrating the 400th anniversary of Champlain’s travels up the Ottawa River and we are fortunate to have Champlain’s astrolabe on exhibit.
Charming full service hotel that is conveniently located directly off the Trans Canada highway. Onsite Restaurant, Bar, Salt Water Pool, Hot Tub and two beautiful Patios to enjoy. Complimentary WiFi and Full Hot Breakfast. Our caring staff will make sure your stay with us is comfortable and relaxing!
The Bonnechere Caves have been welcoming people from all over the world for over 55 years. We provide a safe, educational, informative and fun tour for people of all ages. Everyone from babies in backpacks to senior citizens have enjoyed the handiwork of Mother Nature here along the beautiful Bonnechere River. Reservations are not necessary as we have staff on hand to take you on tour when you arrive.
The meandering Bonnechere River once carried furs and pine logs out of this Ottawa Valley region. Now canoes move along its leisurely, ever-changing path to Round Lake where there is a buoyed, sandy beach. Trails pass an old beaver pond and marshes. An historic depot depicts the life of early forest rangers.
Public Beach with washrooms, swimming area, playground, boat rentals, boat launch and concession area
BIKE – RIDE – STAY! Travel wandering roads that link quaint villages and follow sparkling rivers and lakes to Calabogie Peaks Resort. Stay for an evening or create a base hub for day trips throughout The Valley.
Drop into Canthooks Restaurant for a local food and beverage experience. Our kitchen works with local farmers to create meals authentic to the area. Local craft beers and Ontario wines enhance the culinary experience.
Far from the ordinary, Calabogie Peaks welcomes travelers for a truly authentic paradise on the Mountain, Lake & Land.
We are a small family run organic fruit and vegetable farm in the highlands of Calabogie. Using organic permaculture practices we grow high quality fruits and vegetables, along with our own honey from the bee hives we have for pollinating the gardens. In our on farm store (which is a relocated historical timber frame barn) we also carry a variety of other producer and local handcrafted artisan products from around the Ottawa Valley. Our forest is sustainably managed using our team of horse to harvest selected trees that I use for a number of things around the farm ( lumber, firewood, and handcrafted woodworking).
Canthooks Restaurant, at the base of Dickson Mountain at Calabogie Peaks Resort, is a culinary treat unequalled in the Ottawa Valley. The restaurant’s warmth and offerings comfort the palate and make the road less travelled. Experience fine dining at Canthooks restaurant in Dickson Manor. Let our chefs tempt you with their seasonal delights. At Canthooks, your complete dining experience is of the utmost importance to us. For this reason great care is taken in selecting only the finest ingredients from around Ontario and the world. Open daily for Breakfast, Lunch, & Dinner including fully licensed patio.
Enjoy a tasty, friendly break at Charlie D’s as you tour! Our chip truck features many of Bev’s special concoctions, along with our poutines with personality, and Ullrich’s Deli sausages. Our varied burgers will fill you up for the next leg of your ride. We’ve got healthy treats too, like our chicken caesar salad and yummy veggie burger. Relax at our yellow picnic tables where you can have your bikes right with you. Head inside the store to see Charlie D and he’ll scoop you some great old-fashioned ice cream from Tracey’s, in Renfrew. It’s delish and Charlie’s always happy to give tastes so you can decide on your flavour.
Stay for as long as you like, use our wifi, pick up some info, fill up your water bottles, and we’ll do our best to satisfy whatever else you need! We’re right on highway 60 on the east side of Barry’s Bay. See you soon! Charlie D and the crew
The only Visitor Information Centre located within steps of Highway 17 Trans-Canada Highway on Muskrat lake. The Cobden VIC is located in a park area, with Muskrat Lake view and access to the Main Street of the village of Cobden. This VIC offers picnic areas, beach access, overnight camping, clean bathrooms free WIFI and showers. Camping sites costs $10-$15 and gives you the combination to access the showers. Call Elmer at 613 570-8492. Some sites also offer hydro and water. The VIC is within short walking distance to many of the villages quaint specialty shops and unique dining experiences. This community thrives during peak tourism season as it serves as the gateway to the Whitewater Rafting companies. Promotional Materials, Maps, brochures, pamphlets, information, suggestions, vacation planning, trip planning. Open from 10 am – 4pm daily from July 1 to Thanksgiving Day weekend. Free WIFI and washrooms are available
The VIC is a rustic old log cabin located in the middle of town close to dining establishments. The centre has a water bottle filling station for public use. How to Get There From Highway 17, (via Pembroke) 36 km Take Highway 41 towards Eganville. Continue along passing Lake Dore. Take a left onto Lett’s Cemetery road. Lett’s Cemetery Rd will turn into Bruce Street and bringing you into Eganville. At the bottom of the hill turn left (onto Bonnechere St.) and then a quick right into the parking lot of the visitor’s centre. From Highway 17 (via Cobden) 21kms Head south from Crawford St. in Cobden (County Rd 8) County Rd 8 will merge with Hwy 60 at Kelly’s Corners. Remain on Hwy 60 and follow it through to the Village of Eganville. The VIC will be at the bottom of the hill on the left. From Highway 60 (Renfrew) 38 km From Renfrew follow Highway 60 the entire way to the Village of Eganville. After crossing the bridge, turn right onto Bonnechere St. and follow to the VIC located on the right. Hours (open May long weekend to Thanksgiving weekend) May 24 to June 30 Monday – Saturday (closed Sundays) 11am -7pm July 1- Aug 30 (open daily) Monday – Sunday 11am – 7pm Sep 1 – Thanksgiving Monday to Saturday (closed Sundays) 11am-7pm (Subject to change)
Bike shop – locally owned and operated.
Beautiful 100% smoke free accommodations, directly off the TransCanada Highway. Complimentary hot breakfast in the morning, free Wi-Fi & wired internet, indoor heated pool. Friendly staff, and comfortable beds.
Stop in for a freshly baked blueberry muffin, real fruit smoothie or spoil yourself with an ice cream cone enjoyed on our covered, scenic deck. Browse through our country gift store, try a free sample of homemade fudge or you are welcome to just use our public bathrooms. Hugli’s Blueberry Ranch is a 100 acre farm that grows blueberries, pumpkins & Christmas trees.
We are Renfrew County’s largest agri-tourism attraction and we would love to have you visit us. Open May 1- Dec 31.