Explore the Lake Temiskaming Tour Passport

Explore the Lake Temiskaming Tour Lake Tour Passport

Passport Contest is cancelled this summer but you can still enjoy the tour! In the meantime, last year's contest is explained below.

Explore beautiful Lake Temiskaming by taking part in this scenic adventure. This contest runs from May 1 to September 30, 2019. Here's how you can participate:

  1. Request your Adventure Passport game card at the Temiskaming Shores & Area Chamber of Commerce or participating tourism attractions or you can download the pdf file (15mb) and print it out before leaving home. Alternatively, you can register here to use your mobile device instead.
  2. Head out to find each location around Lake Temiskaming with your family, friends and neighbours!
  3. Look for the Lake Temiskaming Tour signs to help you find your way to the blue Passport Box and punch your game card at the Stop.
  4. Visit at least 12 of the 20 stops between the two provinces, for a chance to win 1 of 3 tourism packages.
  5. Collect 6 different stickers to be entered in a draw to win a gift basket full of local products.
  6. Don't forget your camera to take lots of photos and videos. Post them on our Facebook page: Lake Temiskaming Tour du lac Témiscamingue. Participants can also upload photos and comments into their passport online.
  7. Passports must be submitted by September 30, 2019 to qualify for prizes.

Here's a preview of the Lake Temiskaming Tour circuit ready for your next road-trip. Get your pdf passport here! or sign up and use your mobile device to register your progress.

Start your trip at any stop
Kaibuskong Park on the shores of Lake Nosbonsing

Kaibuskong Park

365 Highway 531, Bonfield, ON  P0H 1E0
We are a beautiful park with a beach, playground equipment, and picnic area. Many sports can be practiced here such as volleyball, basketball or tennis at our courts or soccer in our field. For anyone who loves to be outside in the cold weather is an outdoor skating
Explore the Heritage Silver Trail

Cobalt Mining Museum

24 Silver Street, Cobalt, Ontario  P0J 1C0
The Cobalt Mining Musem has hundreds of artefacts related to the silver boom at the turn of the last century. Artefacts related to the experience of workers, as well as women and immigrant communities, tell a story of Canada's last great mineral rush.
Explore the Heritage Silver Trail

The Bunker Military Museum

24 Prospect Avenue, Cobalt, On  P0J 1C0
The Cobalt Military Bunker Museum opened to the public in 1990 in the old Ontario Northland train station, but its humble beginnings actually stretch back to the end of WWII. James “Jim” Jones, a WWII veteran, returned from active duty with an assortment of artifacts
Fort Témiscamingue-Obadjiwan National Historic Site

Fort-Témiscamingue National Historic Site

834, Chemin du Vieux-Fort, Duhamel-Ouest, Québec  J9V 1N7
Witness to First Nations presence for more than 6000 years and theater of the commercial rivalries between fur trade merchants, this old fur trade post marks the beginning of the history of the Temiscamingue area.
The spectacular view at Devil's Rock

Haileybury Heritage Museum

P.O. Box 911, Haileybury, ON  P0J 1K0
Founded in 1983, the Haileybury Heritage Museum offers a wide range of oral histories, photographs and artifacts relating to the Great Fire of 1922. The museum's collection does much more than illustrate the effects and devastation of the 1922 fire. Haileybury's
Haileybury Public Beach
P. O. Box 1090, Haileybury, Ontario  P0J 1K0
Since 1980, the Temiskaming Art Gallery (TAG) has been pivotal in promoting and showcasing visual arts in north-eastern Ontario. Approximately eight to ten exhibitions are shown annually which showcase the talent of local artists as well as national and international
Latchford waterfront

House of Memories Museum

10 Main St., Hwy 11, P.O. Box 10, Latchford, ON  P0J 1N0
The Latchford House of Memories is a stroll down “Memory Lane,” by those who loved Latchford and its unique past. This 10-room house contains many ancient artifacts dating back to the early 1900s and onto the more recent past of the 1970s and 1980s. Enjoy interesting
Marten River Provincial Park

Marten River Provincial Park

2860 Hwy 11 North, Marten River, ON  P0H 1T0
Marten River provides lots of opportunities to explore, with numerous bays and long stretches of shoreline. There are three natural sand beaches recommended for swimming and many opportunities for boating, canoeing, and fishing. Our 5 km trail offers a moderate hike
(705) 892-2200(705) 892-2200
Eau Claire Gorge Trails

Mattawa Travel Information Centre

401 Pine St., Mattawa, ON  P0H 1V0
For centuries, this is where explorers set off on their travels and rested when they returned. We are just far enough for you to start your own adventure. We have a lot of art to see and trails to explore. Mattawa is a great place to connect with nature and to try
Pete's Dam trails

Little Claybelt Homesteaders Museum

Box 1718, New Liskeard, Ontario  P0J 1P0
The Little Claybelt Homesteaders Museum offers unique insights into the history of the region reflecting all aspects of life of our pioneers. Exhibits are changed periodically to reflect what we know of pioneer life in our area from the 1880s through 1950s. Displays
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