Canthooks Restaurant is located inside the hotel and offers a place of warmth next to the glass fireplace, good company along the granite top bar and relaxation on the outdoor pondside terrace. Stop by today and experience a taste of the Swiss Alps, in the heart of the Ottawa Valley. Reservations can be made by contacting Canthooks Restaurant directly: 613-752-2720 ext 1610.
The Bonnechere Caves in Eganville ON. have been welcoming people from all over the world for over 55 years. They 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 they have staff on hand to take you on tour when you arrive.
A family friendly restaurant located in Calabogie. They offer breakfast, lunch and supper and also have a to go section with pizza slices, drinks and pastries. Desserts are homemade and they use local products whenever we can. A large kids room to keep everyone entertained while dining and 3 TVs showing a selection of sports and shows. Parking lot is large and bikes and atvs are welcome. Outdoor patio is a great place to sit and enjoy some amazing drinks and food.
A market showcasing local talent and products, You’ll Find locally grown produce, baking, cheese and a wide variety of artisan and handmade products. We feature an interesting lineup of regular vendors as well as special guest artisans. The market has live music hosted by Music Mayhem Jam Band. A open jam format so anyone can play or join in. We have live demonstrations, presentations, and special events with youth activities. The market is run as a non-profit community service thanks to the efforts of the the managers and major market sponsors Calabogie Family Farm, along with the market supporters the Calabogie Lodge Resort and volunteers. Recently Sam Foster a passionate local community member joined our market management team to help in our initiatives towards youth aspects at the market
Currently run by the family’s third generation, Madawaska Kanu Centre was the vision of Christa & Hermann Kerckhoff. Winning the individual Canadian Whitewater Kayak Champion title in 1968 the couple was inspired to get more paddlers out on rivers. The first whitewater school in the world was born. Modelled after the European ski school concept where paddlers are divided into skill level groups, good food, and a great atmosphere lead to the ‘Rapid Education’ we know as MKC today! The Madawaska River location became the river of choice with its technical rapids and guaranteed surface water releases providing warm whitewater all summer long.
Burnstown is a picturesque village nestled in the heart of the Ottawa Valley and home to world-renowned artists, unique galleries, shops, and eateries, all housed in heritage buildings. You are invited to take time to Discover, Linger, and Rejuvenate as you sample the many tastes and flavours of art, fine coffee and food, jewellery, pottery, clothing, and our seasonal farmers’ market. Burnstown is a destination to return to over and over.
Dragonfly Golf Links was built in 1996 and opened its doors in 1997 as a 9 hole golf course. The back 9 holes were then built in 1998 and opened in 1999 as a 18 hole golf course. It was originally owned and operated by Rob and Joy Lanyon as a cattle farm when the Lanyon’s decided to build the course. In 2005 it was purchased by Mr. Terry McLaughlin from Ottawa and since then, Terry has committed to improving the course at all levels. In total, Dragonfly Golf Links has been serving the Ottawa Valley for 22 years with continued growth and popularity.
Join Valley Cycle Tours to ride the beautiful winding backroads of the Ottawa Valley, exploring groomed trails and old rail beds. They take you to the Valley’s hidden gems with stops at some of the most beautiful natural and historic sites of the region.
Discover the tallest ski resort in the Ottawa Valley and enjoy the adventure that awaits you in the mountain, lake, & land of Calabogie Peaks Resort.
Today, Shirley Deugo, a fourth generation Fulton, and her son, Scott Deugo continue to operate the historic Fulton’s Pancake House & Sugar Bush. Fulton’s is made up of 400 acres of mixed forest, over 9 km of walking and Nordic trails, features a 120-seat restaurant, beautiful Maple Shoppe, Maple Sugar Camp (production facility) and Main Office.
This world-class facility is home to the longest track in Canada, consisting of 20 turns, measuring 40 feet wide, and featuring a 2,000 ft long straightaway. Since opening in the fall of 2006, the Alan Wilson designed track has become the preferred destination for North American motorsports enthusiasts. Our track has been designed to provide a challenging, safe and charismatic venue for amateur and club level performance drivers.