Katrine Ontario

Sunrise Hint of Colour Buck Lake Ontario Sunset Burks Falls Farm with new Hwy 11 lanes in the distance
Katrine Ontario

In a Township that offers its visitors 3,200 square km of lakes, rivers, massive pine and maple trees.

The quaint hamlet of Katrine Ontario is surrounded by 3,200 square km of lakes and rivers, forests of massive pine and maple trees, along with rolling hills and exposed sections of Precambrian rock (the Canadian Shield).

This thriving little community is nestled between the northern tip of Doe Lake and Highway 11, and offers its visitors a wide range of fun activities.  Katrine’s Community Center is a hotbed of attractions for everyone.  It is the venue for ‘Summer Fest’, ‘October Fest’, ‘Winter Carnival’, a Seniors Fun Day and a number of dances and Euchre tournaments during the year.  Visitors to Katrine will enjoy the scenic picnic area at the public beach in addition to the rest area, that is located on shore of Doe Lake.

Great year-round fishing is just one of the reasons why so many vacationers come to this region of Ontario.
If you are not interested in the fishing or hiking possibilities, maybe you would like to try the Katrine Golf Course, with its 9 scenic holes, hugging the Magnetawan river.  Armour Township also sports several scenic lakes including Pickerel, Jack and Horn Lakes, all of which have cottages, campgrounds, bed & breakfasts, and restaurants to serve you for an extended stay.

Local Sites of interest in the Katrine Area

Katrine Map Katrine Events

Katrine Community Centre

Dayspring Cottages Armour Township

Looking for accommodations?

Here is some of our B&B's in the Almaguin Highlands.

Bed & Breakfasts