Welcome Centre Building:
7 Lakeshore Drive
(Turn off Hwy 11 at the Temagami PetroCanada Station)
The Theatre has a seating capacity of 94 and is often used for concerts. The theatre is also available to rent for meetings, presentations, concerts, etc. The theatre is equipped with a new projector and lighting thanks to a grant from the Ontario Trillium Foundation.
Please contact the Municipal Office for details. Contact 705-569-3421 or email@example.com.
Come see the work of area artists on display throughout the summer.
Art Show Locations: Temagami Train Station, White Pine Art Gallery, Periodic displays at the Welcome Centre,
Temagami is full of large and beautiful lakes. Lake Temagami, Cassels Lake, Net Lake and Rabbit Lake are some of the larger ones. You can enjoy a day trip to see beautiful scenery or take a vacation trip on a houseboat. There are several marinas in the area and public boat launches on the major lakes. There are navigational aides on Lake Temagami, but we recommend using shoal maps, which are available from local retailers, for those unfamiliar with the lake. Boaters should also be aware of boat and pleasure craft licensing requirements in Canada. Check out the Transport Canada and the Service Canada websites for more details.
There are many opportunities for camping in Temagami. Provincial Parks information is listed below. For private campgrounds information, please visit our Accommodations page or contact the Chamber of Commerce / Information Centre at 705-569-3344.
Box 38, 6600 Hwy # 11 N
Temagami ON P0H 2H0
(117 campsites, comfort station, children’s playground, 33 electrical hookups, beaches, boat launch, and docking)
Located 45 km south of Temagami.
Marten River ON P0H 1T0
(192 campsites, electric hookups, playground, group camping, beaches and more.)
Temagami's large network of interconnected lakes and rivers is home to more than 1,500 miles of canoe routes. Bring your own canoe and pick up maps and guide books from local outfitters or retailers. Local canoe outfitters can provide all the assistance you need to safely undertake a wilderness canoe trip, including route consultation, canoe rentals and equipment outfitting and shuttle service. A variety of guided canoe trips are also available.
Phone 705-569-3808 (A 2 minute drive from downtown Temagami)
Temagami has some of Ontario's best cross-country skiing and snowshoeing. Groomed and signed trails wind through pine forests and trace the shorelines of frozen lakes. Ski and snowshoe rentals are available. Great winter adventure for the whole family.
There are some different options when it comes to dog sledding. You can choose an introductory day or an overnight adventure. The outfitters in the area will have a trip planned for you with their experienced guides, to ensure that your adventure is safe, and exciting.
Temagami Chamber of Commerce & Information Centre
Located at 7 Lakeshore Dr. On the Waterfront.
Many of the area’s lodges and accommodations offer fishing packages for the winter and summer months. Most lodges have boats, motors, huts and guides available. Alternatively you can bring your own boat and motor and use the boat launches available. Take advantage of the fishing charters available on Lake Temagami, area lakes and in the Marten River area. The area has bait and tackle shops that can provide you with information and fishing tips. Ice fishing packages are available at local lodges as well. You can bring your own gear and snowmobile or you can use the gear provided for you, as well as rent heated ice huts that are placed on well known fishing spots. Come and join us for your Winter and Summer Adventures!
Elevation: 690 m (2,264 feet) above sea level.
Elevation: 642 m (2,106 feet) above sea level.
White Bear Forest Trails
A system of trails beginning at the base of Caribou Mountain and spreading out to Cassels and Snake Lakes. Information available at the Chamber of Commerce / Information Centre & Caribou Mountain Adventures Forest Fire Museum. Telephone: 705-569-3808.
Nastawgan Trails have become a focal point for local trail users through the organizing of hikes and get-togethers, which has created a social climate that encourages the sharing of information and ideas. www.nastawgantrails.com
The centre of the community offers a variety of shopping & dining opportunities for you during your visit.
To request further information regarding the local merchants please contact the Temagami Chamber of Commerce / Information Centre at 705-569-3344
Call Andorra Lodge 569-3288
Touring - Fly-in Fishing & Hunting
Contact: Lakeland Airways at 705-569-3455 or www.lakelandthreebuoys.com
Snowmobile Trails Temagami Trails Inc.
Temagami Trails grooms 165 km of trails. Permits available through Ontario Federation of Snowmobile Club supports trail development and maintenance in the surrounding area.
Fish Hatchery on Lakeshore Dr. Operated by a volunteer group of interested people with the primary objective of improving the walleye fish stocks in area lakes.
The Old Growth Forest can be accessed from the following points:
*White Bear Trail
*Rabbit Lake Rd.
*Lowell Lake Rd.
*Highway #11 at Marten River North of Rock Pine Motel.
The Temagami Tower
Climb the stairs for a breathtaking view.
A lookout platform is located on the western edge of Caribou Mountain then accessed by turning east off Hwy 11 at O'Connor Dr. to Jack Guppy Way and proceeding past the Dream Keeper Experience at the end of the road.
Climb 100 feet of the restored fire tower for a spectacular view of the Temagami area.
Visit the Forest Fire Museum and hike the White Bear Forest Trails.
This historic building, built in the early 1900s has been restored as closely as possible to its original appearance. The waiting area, washrooms and mezzanine are open to the public free of charge during business hours. During the summer, there is also a gift shop. From time to time it also houses other exhibits, for which there may be a nominal charge.
A Public swimming area is located in front of the Welcome Centre (unsupervised). There is a diving board as well as picnic tables for your convenience.
A Public swimming area is located at Finlayson Point Provincial Park located on Highway 11 (unsupervised). Parking fees will apply, please check with the park for prices.
A Public swimming area is located at Temagami North behind the arena and beside the baseball field(unsupervised).