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Cottage in Calabogie
Lakeside Cabin with Hot Tub + Cedar Sauna
This unique place has a style all its own. The spacious waterfront cabin style lake house is located off the historic K&P trail on Calabogie Lake and steps away from the 18th green of the Calabogie Highlands Golf Course. Cozy up by the indoor woodstove this winter after your relaxing time in the hot tub and wood fired cedar sauna! Note: the dock is removed in late fall and outdoor furniture is stored away for the winter. Plastic chairs that are more durable for snow are available in the winter.
$334 per night
Cottage in Calabogie
Black Donald Hidden Haven/ski hill and lake nearby
Only a few minutes to several lakes. Hiking and ATV trails directly connected to property . Ride from your doorstep to some of the best snowmobile /ATV and motocross trails around! A quick car ride to Calabogie Peaks Ski Resort - 12 min. 25 min from the famous Calabogie Motorsports Park! Launch your boat at one of the many lakes with public access spend the day at the beach. Hike to the popular Eagles Nest - a 9 min drive - or cuddle up in front of the fireplace after a fun day on the slopes!
$121 per night
Cottage in Calabogie
ElmWood Cottage
Come stay at Elmood Cottage in a peaceful, private setting on just under one acre. The entire 4 season, 3 bed home is yours to enjoy. Close to all Calabogie has to offer: less than 3km to public beach (Barnet Park), near Calabogie Peaks Resort, Eagle's Nest Lookout Hike, Calabogie Motorsports, & Calabogie Brewing. Fully equipped kitchen to prepare your meals or visit a great local restaurant. Newly renovated bathroom and shower. Late checkout and early check in with every booking!
$142 per night

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All season Chalet at Calabogie Peaks Resort
$68 per night
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2BR Fully equipped, Spacious Hideaway w/Jacuzzi!
$108 per night
Condo in Calabogie
Bright Calabogie Apartment with Lakefront View
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Cozy Couples Bunkie
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Calling all cabin folk
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Townhouse in Calabogie
Welcome to Silver Fox Run
$171 per night
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Ski in/out adjoining apartments at Calabogie Peaks
$192 per night
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Gorgeous ski in/out chalet at Calabogie Peaks
$120 per night
Condo in Calabogie
Cozy Calabogie condo with high speed internet
$117 per night
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Black Donald Escape
$219 per night
Chalet in Calabogie
The Fairway Chalet •Hot tub•
$405 per night
Home in Calabogie
Calaluna • Hot tub•
$275 per night

Your guide to Calabogie

All About Calabogie

Just outside of the city of Ottawa in the province of Ontario, Calabogie is a small ski community in the shadow of several mountains on the banks of the lake that shares its name. Nestled amid the dense forest, rolling hills, and innumerable lakes of eastern Canada, the village benefits from easy access to outdoor activities throughout the year, from winter sports like snowboarding, skiing, and snowshoeing to classic summer recreation, including hiking, mountain biking, and kayaking.

But Calabogie is more than just an outdoor mecca. Its weekly summer market showcases local vendors with fresh produce, handmade crafts, culinary experiences from local chefs, and live music. While the nearby Motorsports Park — one of the largest racing tracks in the country — hosts national and international races throughout the year, along with driving experiences for visitors looking for an exciting day on the track. And with Ottawa just a short drive away, it is easy to check out all of the cultural offerings of a larger metropolitan city during a day trip.

When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Calabogie?

The northern Canadian climate of Calabogie includes drastic seasonal variations in temperature. Precipitation is a constant throughout the year, with long showers in summer, and snowfall in winter that can get quite substantial on the surrounding hills. That said, temperatures are pleasantly warm from May to September in Calabogie, making for excellent conditions to play on the lake or go mountain biking or hiking — all easily accessible activities from your in-town cottage rental. Just be sure to pack a rainproof layer and sturdy shoes, as moderate rainfall is a regular occurrence.

Conditions change radically in the winter, when temperatures can stay below freezing for several months. The surrounding mountains and their ski runs can often see substantial accumulations of powder, providing excellent skiing and snowboarding conditions. Several nearby ski hills host small events and festivals throughout the year. Nearby Ottawa provides several opportunities for cultural offerings like the Winterlude Festival in February, with skating, ice-sculpting contests, and live music, and a fringe festival in June with avant-garde and experimental theater performances.

What are the top things to do in Calabogie?

Eagles Nest Trail & Lookout

This five-mile out-and-back kid-friendly trail is a moderately paced hike through the Canadian woodlands along meandering rivers and tranquil lakes. Culminating in a dramatic rock formation with a scenic overlook, this is a beautiful romp through the woods. You might spot local wildlife like rabbit, deer, grouse, and even the occasional moose from the trail.

Calabogie Lake

With the town sitting on the edge of Calabogie Lake, you’ll have several opportunities for various water-bound activities, including kayaking and stand up paddle boarding. Rentals are readily available in town, just steps from the water. These are two of the best ways to explore the miles of forested waterlines, hidden inlets, and beaches along the lake. You can also spend your days swimming and lounging on the sands.

Whitewater Rafting

For those seeking a more adrenaline-fueled adventure, the nearby Ottawa River hosts several outfitters offering whitewater rafting trips that cater to all levels of experience, ranging from first-timers to advanced rafters. The raging rapids, riverside cliffs, and thick pine forests set the scene for quite a fun outing.

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