A view from the cliffs of Lake Temiskaming
Kirkland Lake, Englehart, Elk Lake & Earlton
Kirkland Lake is known for its mining and hockey history. While you’re here, take a look at the area’s rich gold mining history at the Toburn Mine Property, visit the Sir Harry Oakes Chateau, or take a stroll in one of the parks. In Earlton, the presence of the Little Clay Belt has created a vast stretch of fertile land. This region’s agricultural heritage is still thriving (as evidenced by the popular Thornloe cheese factory). Englehart, which is located in Kap-Kig-Iwan Provincial Park, is an attractive and popular destination for visitors. Come for the roaring high falls, the tumbling Hell’s Water chute, the unique flora and fauna, and the lovely trails and scenic vistas offered here. The great Northern outdoors are nowhere more available than from the picturesque town of Elk Lake on the shores of the Montreal River. The vast boreal forest and intricate network of lakes, rivers, and streams create an ideal getaway for outdoor enthusiasts.

Paddling Montreal River

Montréal River

Elk Lake Eco Centre

P.O. Box 250, Elk Lake, Ontario  P0J 1G0
The Elk Lake Eco Centre is a wilderness resort that is ideal for team building and youth leadership retreats, weddings, family reunions, and outdoor adventures. As a not-for-profit organization dedicated to connecting people with their surroundings, the Centre

Enterprise Temiskaming

325 Farr Drive, Box 2050, Haileybury, Ontario  P0J 1K0
Enterprise Temiskaming is one of 54 Small Business Enterprise Centres in Ontario offering entrepreneurs all the tools they need to start and grow their businesses. We focus on providing support to start-up and small enterprises during their initial years of
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Lake Temiskaming Tour