Activities

Local Atractions

Around and About . . .

Whether at Madawaska cottages  or exploring the surrounding area, you will  always find something of interest. We are close to Algonquin and within Madawaska provincial  Park as well as a number of interesting shops and galleries in the town of Renfrew and Pembroke  and near the Town of Eganville with Calabogie Village-ski resort and golf course only 45 Min away.

Fishing

Fish Species: Smallmouth Bass, Northern Pike, Walleye

Take Note: In the late 19th century, the river was used to transport lumber from the forested areas

The historic Madawaska River flows close to Algonquin Bound's doorstep. Flowing west to east from the scenic Algonquin Highlands, the river is well known for its whitewater paddling. Fishing enthusiasts will be happy to know that the calm sections also boats some quality fishing opportunities. Good numbers of bass can be found throughout the river and  regularly get reports of lunker sized smallmouth. Also found in the river are northern pike and the walleye, Muskie or pickerel.

Madawaska River

The Madawaska River  is 230 km (143 mi) long and drains an area of 8,470 km2 (3,270 sq mi). Its name comes from an Algonquian band of the region known as "Matouweskarini", meaning "people of the shallows".

The Madawaska River originates at Source Lake  in the highlands of southern Algonquin Park. It flows east, dropping 380 m (1,247 ft) before emptying into the Ottawa River at Arnprior.

In the late 19th century, the river was used to transport lumber from the forested areas surrounding the river. Beginning in the 1960s, the river was used to generate hydroelectric power. Undammed sections of the river are also used for canoeing, kayaking and recreational fishing.

Water Levels

The current level for the river can be found through the Environment Canada Real-Time Hydrometric Data site.

 

Madawaska River Cottatges,
Be surrounded by unspoiled natural beauty! 

 

Whitetail Lodge

117 cottage

 

Timber Wolf’s Den

117 300

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Loon's Call Lodge

113