Temiskaming Shores Ontario
Adventure Travel - Canada

Temiskaming Shores, Ontario, Canada is a year-round recreation destination located in the Wilderness Region of northeastern Ontario. The name "Temiskaming" dates back to the language of the Algonquin First Nation people meaning, "deep waters." The main communities of Temiskaming Shores, Ontario are New Liskeard, Haileybury and Temagami. Other smaller villages include Historic Cobalt, Latchford, Coleman, Earlton, Charlton and Lady Evelyn Lake. 

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Attractions in Temiskaming Shores, Ontario

Artistic talents, history and culture are also on display in the area. There are events, festivals, concerts, farmers markets, live theatre, artist studios, art galleries and museums.

One can visit with history at the Charlton-Dack Heritage Centre, Little Claybelt Homesteaders Museum, Cobalt Mining Museum, Cobalt Northern Ontario Firefighters Museum, Elk Lake Heritage Museum, Englehart & Area Historical Museum, Temagami Train Station and the home of Leslie MacFarlane who was a writer for the Hardy Boys book series.

Parks, Trails and Places in Temiskaming Shores, Ontario

Take to the road and visit with some of the sightseeing attractions in the Temiskaming Shores, Ontario region like the Manitou Giant Bison (Earlton), Ms. Claybelt Giant Holstein Cow (Temiskaming), Thornloe Cheese Factory (Temiskaming), World’s Shortest Covered Bridge (Latchford) and the Fire Tower (Temagami).

Some of the more popular park and nature destinations for activity and adventure - in and around - Temiskaming Shores include Kap-Kig-Iwan Provincial Park (Englehart), Devil's Rock Hiking Trail (New Liskeard), Englehart Trail, Lakeside Boardwalk (New Liskeard), Pete’s Dam Park (New Liskeard), Hilliardton Marsh Provincial Park (Hilliardton), Rock Walk Park (Haileybury), Greenwood Provincial Park (Latchford), Heritage Silver Trail (Cobalt), Nastawagan Trails (Temagami), White Bear Forest Hiking Trails (Temagami) and the beaches in Latchford, New Liskeard, Haileybury and Bass Lake.

The abundance of trails, backcountry gravel roads, lakes and rivers in the area provide many opportunities for adventure.

Activities in Temiskaming Shores, Ontario

During the summer months the activities enjoyed include golfing, sailing, swimming, boating, water skiing, canoeing, camping, hiking, birding, off roading, wildlife sightings, mountain biking, horseback riding, hunting, picnicking, sightseeing and fishing for northern pike, walleye, smallmouth bass, perch, pickerel, bass, whitefish and various species of trout.

In the winter months activities enjoyed in the region include xc skiing, snowshoeing, downhill skiing, snowboarding and snowmobiling. The local sledding club maintains over 300+ kilometres of groomed snowmobiling trails. And... there are various designated nordic clubs for xc skiing including Temiskaming (18 kilometres of groomed and classic ski trails) and Elk Lake (15 kilometres of groomed trails).

Services in Temiskaming Shores, Ontario 

The area provides many services and amenities important to travelers including accommodations (hotels, motels, inns, campgrounds, resorts, lodges, cottages, bed and breakfasts) and tours, attractions, guides, outfitters, restaurants, coffee houses, pubs, liquor stores and transportation services (marina, taxi, car rentals, train).

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