The town of Calabogie makes up part of the Township of Greater Madawaska and is located in Upper Ottawa Valley, just an hour’s drive from Canada’s Capital. Locals and tourists alike know the area for its wide range of year-round, outdoor recreational activities.
In summer, paddlers will enjoy canoeing on Calabogie Lake and taking in the beautiful surroundings. You can also enjoy the view by foot or bike down one of Calabogie’s scenic trails. In winter, visit Calabogie Peaks Resort for downhill skiing and snowboarding and tubing fun for persons of all ages.
Calabogie is probably best known as one of the most popular rock-climbing destinations in southern Ontario. Experienced climbers have scaled the challenging rock surfaces in summer and return for ice climbing in winter.
For those looking to make a unique memory, visit Sleepy Cedars Farm, where you can enjoy a horse-drawn hay or sleigh ride for two, or for the whole family or group.