Welcome to Temiskaming Shores!

Hugging the Scenic Shores of Lake Temiskaming

The three former municipalities of Haileybury, New Liskeard, and Dymond Township make up the City of Temiskaming Shores. Located at the head of Lake Temiskaming, the community is the service and commercial hub of a large, agricultural, forestry, and mining region.

GO – Established in 1921, the nine-hole course at the Haileybury Golf Club with its million dollar view of Lake Temiskaming can honestly boast about being one of the oldest courses in Ontario.

DO – The dramatic view from the top of Devil’s Rock will certainly take your breath away—the 2.2-million-year-old sheer granite cliff rises up towards the sky from Lake Temiskaming to a height of 90 metres (300 ft.) above the water.

SEE – The Little Claybelt Homesteader Museum offers unique insights into the history of the region to reflect life from the 1880s through the 1950s.

SNAP THIS – No visit to Temiskaming Shores is complete without a photo of Ms. Claybelt. This BIG model of a Holstein cow is a tribute to the economic and social value that farming brings to the area.

Devil's Rock, Temiskaming Shores

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