Bonnechere Provincial Park
Bonnechere Provincial Park

The park takes its name from the Bonnechere River, once an important square timber logging route.  The river meanders around several tiny oxbow lakes before reaching Round Lake.  Other natural features include a beaver pond and a marsh.

The Bonnechere River once carried furs and pine logs out of this Ottawa Valley region.  It is now a great way for canoeists to move along its leisurely, ever-changing path to Round Lake where there is a buoyed, sandy beach.  Trails pass an old beaver pond and marshes.  An historic depot depicts the life of early forest rangers.
Visit the Friends of Bonnechere web site.


Address: 4024 Round Lake Road, RR5
Killaloe, Ontario