Not only can you witness nature at its finest with abounding lakes or the beautiful Bonnechere River entwined in the woodlands of the Canadian Shield, but you can also explore the mysterious and world famous Bonnechere Caves.
You can relax and stroll along the streets of the "Jewel of the Bonnechere", better known as The Village of Eganville.
The Bonnechere Museum tells the story of settlement and development in all the townships and communities along the Bonnechere River. This new facility is in the former Eganville Village Centre.
Bonnechere Union Public Library has more to offer than just books! We offer access to both print & non-print materials, a comprehensive list of services, and several programs designed to fulfill the educational, informational and recreational interests of our growing community.
Every denomination is recognized with many churches in Eganville, Augsburg, Cormac and along the Opeongo Line.
Hours: 3rd & 4th Wednesdays of the month. 9:30am - 12pm (January to November)
*Month of December - one date for Christmas Hampers & Toys
Located 165 John Street, Eganville
For urgent needs only: 613-401-5785
Hunters and Anglers come to Bonnechere Valley for a consistently good catch, our pristine environment and hospitality that is second to none.
Avid Anglers will love our lakes and rivers. You can expect fantastic fishing for Pike, Bass, Perch, Walleye, Lake and Brook Trout. Live bait is readily available and there is no shortage of boat rentals, campgrounds, and secret fishing spots to guarantee some of the best fishing in the Ottawa Valley.
The Eganville Tourist Information Centre, located at 46 Bonnechere Street West, can give you advice and directions to the various lakes and accomodations in Bonnechere Valley. Call us at 613-628-1594.
The area is famous during Hunting Season. There are yearly regulated harvests of White Tailed Deer, Moose and Migrating Water fowl.
Crown Land is generally open to hunting, but subject to the Ontario Game and Fish act. Hunters must obtain permission from landowners before venturing onto private land.
For regulations, please visit the Ontario MNR web site. You will need Adobe Acrobat Reader to view the regulations.
Bonnechere Valley Township has Everything for Your Vacation on Our Lakes and Rivers!
Our area is like a brilliant picture postcard and there's no shortage of things to do and places to stay along the way. We have camping, hiking, canoeing, boating, cottages, beaches, and resorts galore!
Music in the Park takes place every Wednesday and Friday evenings from 7 pm to 9 pm in Eganville's Centennial Park beginning mid-June and runs until the end of August. In the event of bad weather, Music in the Park will be canceled and we will work to rebook your band if we have time slots available.
In October 2012 the 1st ever municipally owned Recreational Geology Trail opened. It is a Geologically rich trail in the heart of the Bonnechere Valley, leading to a limestone quarry and a hand-dug trench!
The Township of Bonnechere Valley in partnership with the Bonnechere Museum are happy to offer this local trail for recreational and educational use. Admire Eganville’s unique natural beauty as you walk through a hillside forest and past rock walls where geological treasures are abundant.