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Englehart, Ontario

Englehart, Ontario is a small town of 1,500 residents located in the Temiskaming district of Northern Ontario., along Northern Route of the Trans-Canada Highway #11. Englehart is 200km N of North Bay and 40 km SE of the Kirkland Lake turnoff.

Overall, Englehart and the surrounding area offer a wide range of outdoor recreational opportunities and cultural attractions for visitors to explore and enjoy.


Englehardt History

In the late 1800s the first settlers arrived in the area, drawn by the abundance of natural resources such as timber and fertile farmland.

In the early 1900s, the town of Englehart grew with a sawmill and a railway station. The region’s lumber industry was strong and soon several sawmills operated in the area.

The town continued to grow throughout the first half of the 1900s, with new businesses and new schools.

During World War II, Englehart’s sawmills provided lumber for the construction of many barracks and other military buildings.

After World War II, the town’s economy began to diversify, with the development of new industries like mining, agriculture, and tourism.

Englehart Attractions

Englehart and Area Historical Museum

90 Fourth Avenue, Englehart, ON P0J 1H0


Web Address: Englehart and Area Historical Museum

This museum offers a fascinating look at the history of the town and the surrounding region. Exhibits include artifacts and displays related to the lumber industry, agriculture, mining, and local Indigenous culture.

Kap-Kig-Iwan Provincial Park

Englehart, ON
Website: Iroquois Falls-Englehart Snowmobile Club

The rushing Englehart River plunges down white-water rapids, over several cascades and waterfalls in a picturesque valley. Surrounded by forest, a convenient and pleasant campground sits high above the river, located just off Highway 11, two kilometers south of Englehart. This park offers hiking trails, picnic areas, and scenic views of the Kapuskasing River.

Englehart River Fine Sand Plain and Waterway Provincial Park

5520 Highway 101 East, P.O. Bag 3080, South Porcupine, ON, P0N 1H0

For most of its southeastwardly flow through the park, the Englehart River occupies the surface trace of the Cross Lake Fault. The northeast facing Cross Lake Fault escarpment is the southwest boundary of the Lake Timiskaming Rift Valley, a fault-bounded structural and topographical trough. This unique ecosystem is home to a variety of rare plant and animal species, and is a popular spot for birdwatching, hiking, and nature photography. The park also protects a portion of the Englehart River canoe route. This canoe route begins at the Englehart River Bridge on Highway 66 at the north end of the park.

Devil’s Rock

Near the Bucke Park Campground, Engleahrdt

This scenic lookout offers panoramic views of the surrounding countryside and is a popular spot for hiking and rock climbing. Devil’s Rock, on the west side of Lake Temiskaming near Haileybury, has sheer cliffs and a panoramic view in three directions. (There is no sign on Highway 11 North urging you to “exit here” to Devil’s Rock.)

Englehart Golf Club

134 Golf Course Road, Englehart, ON P0J 1H0
Web Address: Englehart Golf Club

This 9-hole golf course offers a challenging and scenic round of golf, with beautiful views of the surrounding countryside.

Kapuskasing River Waterway Provincial Park

This park offers a variety of outdoor recreational opportunities, including canoeing, fishing, and camping.

Elk Lake Eco Resource Centre

This educational centre offers a variety of programs and workshops related to sustainable living and environmental stewardship.

Englehart Heritage Railway Station

299 Third Street, Englehart, ON P0J 1H0
Web Address: Englehart Heritage Railway Station

A historic railway station that has been preserved and offers a glimpse into the town’s railway history.

Iroquois Falls-Englehart Snowmobile Club

Web Address: Iroquois Falls-Englehart Snowmobile Club

A snowmobile club that maintains and promotes snowmobiling trails in the area.

Englehart Fall Fair

Englehart Fairgrounds, Englehart, ON

An annual event celebrating agriculture, entertainment, and community spirit.

Engelhart, Ontario Area Map