ARE YOU COMING FROM KINGSTON?
We’re not far away from the Nation’s capital city!
Kingston is a Canadian city on Lake Ontario, at the mouth of the Cataraqui and St. Lawrence rivers. It’s known as the “Limestone City” for its grand 19th-century buildings, including the lakeside Kingston City Hall. The grand house and gardens of the Bellevue House National Historic Site commemorate Canada’s first prime minister, Sir John A. Macdonald. Fort Henry, built in the 1800s, holds military demonstrations.
HOW TO FIND US
Just a short 2h drive north of Kingston, you’ll find the scenic routes of Calabogie peaks.
- Take Perth Rd/Route 10 and Route 511 to Barrett Chute Rd in Calabogie
- Continue on Barrett Chute Rd to your destination
ACTIVITIES ARE PLENTY AT CALABOGIE
Calabogie Peaks is a four season country resort located on the shores of Calabogie Lake at the base of Dickson Mountain, 1h from Ottawa. The property includes a 25 room full service boutique hotel and 30 one to three bedroom condo suites. Renowned as one of Ontario’s leading destinations, the resort’s country warmth and luxury are combined with limitless seasonal activities. An atmosphere of rustic charm reflects the property’s natural scenic setting and the building interiors are attractive and appointed with classic Canadiana furnishings. While you visit take time to listen the the lingering call of the loon at our evening campfire in the summer or the crunch of new fallen snow beneath your feet in the winter.
Find the activities of your choice:
- Take a hike and explore the pristine pine forests, paddle picturesque waters and find hidden lookouts.
- Challenge a friend to golf with you at the Ironwoods 9-hole course on the shore of Calabogie Lake
- Go to the beach to play some horseshoes, beach volleyball or relax by the waterside on the sandy beach
- Try water sports like canoeing, kayaking or paddle boarding!
- Fish on Calabogie lake
- Play a game of tennis, basketball or road hockey
- Bike along the beautiful trails with the choice of picturesque and challenging trails
- Motorcycle along the magnificent Ottawa Valley and beyond; along paved roads that follow sparkling rivers and lakes, and that meander town to town.
- Get cozy by the nightly campfire
- Visit the Boathouse Bar & Grill to enjoy a cold beverage and delicious meal on the shore of Calabogie Lake.
- Drop into Canthooks, the best local restaurant in the Ottawa Valley for a meal you will remember.