• Calabogie Area

    • Located amid the Madawaska Highlands, the town of Calabogie is fifteen minutes from the Lakehouse, an hour west of Ottawa, and 30 minutes to Renfrew and Arnprior. Fed by a series of six dams, the Madawaska River flows through Calabogie Lake, down to Arnprior and into the Ottawa river. 

      Calabogie and its surrounding area have long been noted as a prime tourist destination and referred to as Ottawa’s Muskoka.

      The town of Calabogie offers shopping and other amenities including grocery, liquor/beer, hardware stores, a post office and pharmacy, and a nice selection of restaurants serving everything from pub fare to more formal dining.

      Calabogie Peaks Ski Resort, with the highest vertical descents of all public ski resorts in Ontario, was recently named one of the top-ten small ski resorts in Canada. The base of Dickson Mountain graces the shores of Calabogie Lake.

    • Noted Attractions

      Calabogie Peaks Ski Resort offers an array of outdoor activities including snowshoeing, snowboarding, downhill & cross-country skiing, championship downhill racing, snowmobile events, a nine-hole golf course and summer concerts and events: 
      Calabogie Highlands offers an 18-hole championship golf course:  http://calabogiehighlandsgolfresort.com
      Calabogie Motorsport Tracks is home to the longest race track in Canada and is the preferred destination for North American motorsports enthusiasts: