Parc national d'Opémican

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Get ready to navigate the Kipawa and Temiscaming lakes waterways, to camp atop rock walls overlooking Lac Témiscamingue and to gather around a campfire under the tall pines.

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Parc national d'Opémican Yan Kaczynski | © Sépaq
Mathieu Dupuis | © Sépaq

Auberge Jodoin

Come visit the heart of the Parc national d’Opémican! Built in 1883, the Auberge Jodoin is the second oldest building in the Abitibi-Témiscamingue region. The Auberge has been completely restored to preserve its historical character. Come and admire this gem of our history and learn about life in Opémican in the old days of log driving. Get ready to travel back in time!

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Our Awesome Pedal Boats!

Our pedal boats are perfect for a family outing on Lake Timiskaming, for diving in the middle of the lake or for fishing! Very stable and comfortable, our pedal boats are all the rage. They are available for one-hour, four-hour or all-day trips. First come, first served!

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Canoe Trip to Opémika Falls

A small hidden gem, accessible by canoe only! This outing will take you to the Ontario side of Lake Timiskaming, to a beautiful waterfall that is perfect for cooling off on hot summer days. This half-day expedition requires average canoeing skills (you’ll need to cross a strait in the lake where the current is strong).

Yan Kaczynski | © Sépaq

Ready-to-Camp in the Rivière-Kipawa Area

Do you want to experience wilderness camping, but don’t want to give up on comfort? Our ready-to-camp in the Rivière-Kipawa area are exactly what you are looking for. They are all equipped to accommodate six people. You will find beds, dishes, a propane fridge, solar lights, and even drinking water. However, there is no sanitary block or electricity in this area! Nature at its purest, with breathtaking views!

Yan Kaczynski | © Sépaq

Canoe-Camping in the Île-aux-Fraises Area

Are you the kind of person who seeks out remote areas and who is completely self-sufficient when going on canoe-camping trips? We have the perfect spot for you: an island, where you will find a campsite just for you! This series of islands on Lake Kipawa will be your playground during your stay. You will feel as if you are alone in the world.

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