Kipawa | Municipalités Tourisme Abitibi-Témiscamingue


Established in 1985, Kipawa is one of the youngest municipalities in the southern part of the Témiscamingue region. It is named after the beautiful Lake Kipawa, which harbors some 100 islands and deep bays. This natural gem of more than 300 km2 in size is known as one of the ten most beautiful lakes in Quebec, thanks to the quality of water and fishing. There is a boat launch at the entrance of the village, and a new community hall that holds a wide variety of activities. Kipawa is the gateway to the vast open spaces of ZEC Restigo and Zec Kipawa. The municipality co-exists harmoniously with the Algonquin community of Kebaowek First Nation, who hosts the Kipawa Countryfest in August each year. Fall and winter give a new face to Kipawa and attracts hikers, hunters, snowmobilers, cross-country skiers and snowshoers.

Sector: Témiscamingue


Window on the production: no
Opening hours: Monday to Friday
8:30am - 12pm
1pm - 4:30pm


15, Rue Principale
J0Z 2H0


819 627-3500

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