Travel Resources

The Ottawa Valley Tourist Association produces a number of tourism publications and resources to help plan your visit to the Ottawa Valley. All publications are available for download or can be ordered on-line.

2017 Ottawa Valley Road Map

The Ottawa Valley Road Map is your navigational tool when exploring the Ottawa Valley!

Bonnechere Valley Eco-tour

Only available in French
Driving tour of the Bonnechere River Watershed. This ecotour introduces you to the wild side of the Bonnercher Valley. It interprets familiar sights along well-travelled routes, with a few side trips in and around the watershed

Eastern Ontario Backroad Mapbooks

Discover the 200 backcountry campsites of Bon Echo Provincial Park or the surreal paddling of the Barron Canyon in Algonquin Park. Dive into single-track riding through the Larose Forest, take on the mighty Rideau Trail or create your own adventure in the public crown land areas identified.

Eastern Ontario District 6 Snowmobile Map

Part of Ontario's largest trail system.

Paddle Roots of the Ottawa Valley

A collection of paddle routes to help visitors and local residents explore the numerous waterways of the Ottawa Valley. It features routes for canoeists and kayakers of all skill levels and interests in this region.

Recreational Water Access Points

Download a copy of the Recreational Water Access Points map for the numerous lakes found throughout Renfrew County.

Ride The Highlands Motorcycle Routes

The Ottawa Valley and Ontario's Highlands has everything a rider is looking for: sweeping, undulating, uncrowded country roads and highways punctuated by breathtaking views. Mix in the culture, food and unique shopping opportunities along with adventure options like whitewater rafting and cave exploration and you have a riding destination like no other.
Phone: 613.732.4364
Toll Free: 800.757.6580

Ride the RAP Trail Guide

Take one of Ontario's premier snowmobiling tours - the RAP (Round Algonquin Park) Tour!

Up The Line

In the 1850's, as sawmills and settlements opened up in the interior of the Ottawa Valley, the Canadian government developed a series of colonization roads throughout central Ontario. The most significant of these was the Ottawa and Opeongo Road, better known as the Opeongo Line. It followed a westward course in its climb from the Ottawa River to the Madawaska Highlands - linking several wilderness routes along the way to an unceremonoius end north of the village of Barry's Bay.

Travel Up The Line with this self-guided narrated driving tour of the historic Opeongo Line. Download the brochure/map and audio file (mp3) or order a CD online.

Recommended routes for walking, biking, x-country skiing, paddling and waterfall viewing trails in the Ottawa Valley.

This site provides information, maps, and photographs in an easy to navigate format to connect you to the numerous beautiful locations in the Ottawa Valley. Explore rivers, valleys, highlands, roadways, trails and the many picturesque rural hamlets, villages and towns.

Welcome to Snow Country Touring Map

Five suggested snowmobile routes through the scenic Ottawa Valley

Self-Guided driving tours for the cultural seeker. This online cultural centre features local cultural attractions, heritage sites and hospitality services. Plan your route of exploration or choose one of five self-guided driving tours

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