During these difficult times, getting back into the outdoors with family and friends is more crucial than ever. We need the peace and connection of the wilderness to help calm our spirits as we make our way through these uncharted waters. Northeastern Ontario is happy to announce that travel to lodges, camps, and resorts in Ontario has re-opened, and we're happy to share these stories of travel ideas with you. Please check with the local businesses to ensure they are ready to accept guests again, as it does take some time to put the appropriate safety measures in place.
In the wilds of Northern Ontario, but only a short day’s drive from Toronto or Ottawa, Lake Temiskaming is a wilderness gem with comforts aplenty.
Temiskaming is one of Ontario’s deepest lakes (indeed, it’s named after the Algonquin word for “deep water”), so water activities of all kinds can be enjoyed, but there’s so much to see and do around the lake that it’s worth a road trip.
The Temiskaming Lake Tour spans two provinces (Ontario and Quebec), three cultures (English, French and Algonquin), and a whole lot of fun. With a ton of activities on both water and land, outdoor and indoor attractions, and things to do for all ages and interests, the Lake Tour is a guaranteed good time.