Bike the Bonnechere | Ontario Highlands Tourism

Itinerary Ideas

Bike the Bonnechere

Bonnechere Trail

Whether you’re camping at Bonnechere Provincial Park or coming from nearby Eganville, the Bonnechere Tour is an easy 18-kilometre trail and a great way to spend a couple hours in the outdoors. You’ll cycle down a Forest Access Road and ride past Stephenson Lake and the Bonnechere River for some wonderful views. Keep your eyes peeled for wildlife when you pass through the wetland areas. The second half of the trail takes you along a paved road and past a fishing camp.

More information on the trail and its access point is available at the Ontario Trails Council website.

Spending an afternoon biking is a guaranteed way to build up an appetite. When you’re done for the day, head over to Frisco’s Grill in Eganville to refuel with some of the best steak, pasta, seafood, and grilled menu choices that the area has to offer.

Location: 4024 Round Lake Road, Killaoe

Bonnechere Provincial Park is an Ontario provincial park located on Round Lake in Renfrew County, Ontario, Canada. Designated as recreational-class by Ontario Parks, it has 128 campsites, 4 rustic cabins and a day use area.

(613) 757-2103
ac.oiratno]ta[ksam.nosaj

Location: 76 Bonnechere Street, Eganville

Rio Tap & Grill sits along the Bonnechere river. Enjoy dining on our patio overlooking the water. Try our Gourmet Burgers, pizza's paired with local brew. Saturday nights Prime Rib!Check out our Chubbie Chicken, great for summer dining.Take out available

(613) 628-5344
ac.llirgsocsirf]ta[ofni

New Server