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About Our Cabin

Inspired by the surrounding landscape, our lakefront property, Blue Bay Cabin, was designed to make your visit a unique, comfortable and fun experience. Find out more about our rooms, nearby amenities, and how to get in touch. We look forward to welcoming you soon!


Cottage Layout:  

Our kitchen has views of the lake and easy access to the BBQ. We offer a fully-equipped kitchen including pots and pans, a cookie sheet, serving bowls, dishes, cups, cutlery, scissors, a can opener, a bottle opener, and a juice container. Appliances include a fridge, small freezer, stove, toaster, drip coffee machine, tea kettle, microwave, crockpot and a smoothie maker. 


The bathroom includes vanity, toilet and shower with towel hooks. Bath towels are provided, however, we ask if you can please bring your own beach towels. 


Our dining area can seat eight comfortably.


In the living room, you'll find a 10' long sectional sofa with chaise, four chairs and a pull-down murphy bed. This room also boasts a propane fireplace for warming up when during the chilly weather. 


The sunroom is located off the living room and has a comfy sectional sofa, coffee table and two stools; you can sit and relax for hours without being pestered by mosquitos or black flies. 

Sleeping Arrangements:

Our cabin has two bedrooms, and a murphy bed in the living room, all with queen-sized mattresses. Our bunkie, just a few steps away from the cabin, can sleep 4-6 people. It is equipped with two bunk beds, with double mattresses on the bottom, and singles on the top. All bedding is provided and is heated/usable all year round.


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Well & Septic Information:  Please do not dispose of any cardboard, paper towel, feminine
products, dairy or fat products (ie. bacon grease) down any toilet or drain. A new well was drilled last year, providing fully-potable water.

Pets: SORRY, no pets allowed at the cabin at this time.  

Wi-fi & Cellular Service: We provide a truly unplugged experience. There is no wi-fi available at this time, but the cellular service works well (especially for Bell clients).

Outdoor Fun: Our guests are free to use the water sport equipment at the cabin. We have a peddle boat, a canoe, and two kayaks, as well as a few floatation devices for your use. We also have a water mat you may use - great fun for little and big kids alike!
The water at the end of the dock is approximately 5ft deep, spanning to approximately 15ft of depth in the middle of the bay. 

Fishing: The lake has excellent fishing, especially if you're looking to catch some bass or pike - you can catch these fish right off the dock!

Nearby Amenities: In Calabogie, there are two gas station/mini grocery stores - The Bogie General Store and Charbonneau's Grocery. An LCBO is also located in close proximity to our cabin. cabin. Just outside of the village you will find Calabogie Rustic Farms (across the road from the Bogie General Store) which is well worth the drive!

Things To Do 

Eagle's Nest Lookout 
An easy 1.5 km hike along an old logging road that climbs gradually uphill, through the woods, leading to a spectacular lookout at the top of a 120-metre cliff. For those of you with a GPS, there is a geocache in the immediate area. Difficulty is rated 1 of 5 (easy); the terrain is rated 2 of 5. 
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K&P Trail

The K&P Trail is a multi-part trail. It has 15 km multi-use, semi-urban and rural trail extending from the Little Cataraqui Creek to Orser Road. The trail runs from the Town of Renfrew south through Calabogie and down to Dalhousie Lake, a good 30-40 kilometers of gorgeous lakes and fields. The KandP is a wonderful trail enjoyed all seasons by walkers, cyclists, horse, skiers and ATV's.
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Madawaska Nordic Ski Trails
Cross country ski trails in winter, hiking and mountain bike trails in summer; Madawaska Nordic offers 18 km. of easy hiking trails. These trails, at old logging roads, wind their way through a picturesque forest landscape with lots of gentle ups and downs to keep the outing visually interesting and lots of fun.
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Other Trails Near Calabogie
Explore the great Northwoods on foot and discover Ontario in whole new way. Full of natural beauty, hiking is an energizing and magical way to explore pristine pine forests, and find hidden lookouts and enjoy the bounties that Mother Nature has laid before us.
For a list of nearby trails and maps, click here!

Calabogie Peaks
Renowned as one of Ontario's leading destinations, the resort's country warmth and luxury are combined with limitless seasonal activities such as skiing, snowboarding, paddling, hiking and more.
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Tom Irwin Adventure Tours
Tom Irwin Adventure Tours Ltd is an ATV, Side by Side, Snowmobiles & Off Road Motorcycles Tour Company. All tours are guided, with the option of using our equipment (ATV, UTV or Snowmobile) or using your own equipment. They ride in the Madawaska Highlands, great trails, clean Lakes & beautiful mountains….It is the Canadian Wilderness!
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Calabogie Brewing Co.

The Calabogie Brewing Co. opened in the town of Calabogie, Ontario in 2015, and has since added a second location an hour away in Kanata. Both locations feature a brewery, kitchen & taproom, and are a celebration of the beauty and spirit of Calabogie, and the spectacular land and people on which it was founded. Born into a home of rich history and pride, The Calabogie Brewing Company is proud to serve the local area with an unrivalled passion and love for craft beer.
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Calabogie Motorsports Park

Calabogie Motorsports Park is a 5.05-kilometre race circuit 4 kilometres east of the community of Calabogie in the township of Greater Madawaska, Renfrew County, eastern Ontario, Canada. It hosts regional road racing and is the main circuit in the Ottawa metropolitan area.
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Calabogie Highlands Golf Resort
This beautiful course offers both a nine and eighteen-hole layout with after golf lounge, dining facilities and on-site accommodations. 
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Local Dining

Oh El-la Cafe
Calabogie's newest reason for a road trip and the only café in town is simply gorgeous.
With a stunning interior, a beautiful view of Calabogie Lake, delicious eats, and seriously amazing lattes, Oh El-la should be added to the "must-visit" list for everyone.
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Redneck Bistro
Nestled along the Madawaska River, the Redneck Bistro is proud to offer an authentic dining experience to the Greater Madawaska area. We look forward to see you! Here at the Redneck Bistro we want you to feel at home. Through our homemade, handcrafted menu and modern/rustic decor we strive to create a welcoming atmosphere, while serving quality food, craft beer, wine and spirits.
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Canthooks Restaurant
Canthooks Restaurant offers a place of warmth next to the glass fireplace, good company along the granite top bar and relaxation on the outdoor pondside terrace. Stop by today and experience a taste of the Swiss Alps, in the heart of the Ottawa Valley. 
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Frisco's Restaurant (at Calabogie Highlands)
At Frisco's, we serve freshly prepared meals, casual appetizers and tasty finger-food treats. Their kitchen prepares a delicious market-fresh daily special. By taking advantage of local produce, they change our regular menu weekly and our specials daily.
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On The Rocks (at Calabogie Lodge)
Upscale cuisine and hand crafted cocktails served in a relaxed atmosphere. An experience you, or your tastebuds, will not soon forget. Not recommended for kids.
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