Bonnechere Provincial Park | Ontario Highlands Tourism

Bonnechere Provincial Park

Bonnechere Provincial Park can be found at the northwest corner of Round Lake, approximately 30 minutes southwest from Pembroke; on a map, you can locate Bonnechere near the eastern portion of Algonquin Park. Paddlers know Bonnechere for the Little Bonnechere River that flows into Round Lake and makes an excellent canoe trip as you wind through the oxbow bends and view the park’s wildlife.

The park features a wide stretch of sandy beach and a boardwalk along the shoreline. Campers can choose from 128 campsites and cabins to base their stay. In the park, there are many hiking trails and abandoned settlement homesteads to explore. Hike to the top of Egg Rock for a sweeping view of the park, then venture to High Falls and watch the cool waters splash and tumble over the fall’s rocks.

Bonnechere activities include:

  • Boating
  • Camping – 128 sites
  • Canoeing
  • Davenport Centre – exhibits, interpretive programs, live entertainment
  • Egg Rock lookout
  • Fishing
  • High Falls – Whispering Pines lookout
  • Hiking – McNaughton’s Walk, Payne’s Pine Trail
  • Omanique’s Mill – former lumber operation site
  • Swimming
  • Wildlife viewing
  • Windsurfing

Visit the Friends of Bonnechere Parks website for more information about the park, historical sites, and hiking trails. Camping reservations can be made through the Ontario Parks website.

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
This provincial park is located in Upper Ottawa Valley

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