Are you looking for the ideal location for wildlife photo tours, canoeing, hiking, snowmobiling, cross-country skiing, or just about any type of outdoor activity or adventure? We have it waiting for you.
Chapleau has wonderful opportunities to view and experience nature. We have the provincial parks, wilderness outfitters and places to stay while you explore the great outdoors.
Chapleau Fishing - We've Covered All the Angles!
The lakes and rivers in the Chapleau area provide anglers with a variety and abundance of fish. Species include walleye, northern pike, lake trout, splake, yellow perch, whitefish and smallmouth bass.
The best time to fish is in the spring and fall, although any truly dedicated fisherman can be successful throughout the year.
See a list of area lakes and native species.
Before you start out, make sure to obtain a copy of the Ministry of Natural Resources Fishing Regulations.
Whether you are a nature-lover or sportsman, experienced guides will show you the road less travelled. Guided tours of the Chapleau Crown Game Preserve are available, with emphasis on nature-photography. Chapleau's wilderness outfitters offer guiding services to guests.
See our Business Directory for Guides and Outfitters.
For the hunting enthusiast, the Chapleau area is ideal. Strike out on your own in search of area game, or contact one of the area's outfitters and guide services to show you.
Before you start out, make sure to obtain a copy of the Ministry of Natural Resources Hunting Regulations.
Parks & Trails
The Michael Levesque Trails are great for hiking in the Summer and Fall and snowshoeing during the Winter. Find them on the Map here.
Chapleau is the gateway to Missinaibi Provincial Park which offers campsites, boat rentals, canoe routes, hiking trails, and much more. For more information, please go to www.OntarioParks.com.
Wakami Provincial Park and Ivanhoe Provincial Park are also nearby. Plan a stay in Canada's Boreal forest today!