Macamic | Municipalités Tourisme Abitibi-Témiscamingue


Founded in 1917 on the shores of Lake Macamic, and merged to Colombourg in 2002, Macamic is a choice destination for amateurs of nautical activities. Macamic means "limping beaver" in Algonquin and "lake of marvels" in Cree. Here you can go fishing in summer and winter alike. A public marina and a boat slip provide easy access to the lake. Other facilities include a rest area with a playground, and 8 full-serviced recreational vehicle sites. Macamic has preserved several historical gems, such as the Molesworth covered bridge on 2e-et-3e Rang Est, built in 1930, and Collection Claude-Morin (Colombourg). Hikers enjoy exploring the Grand Héron trail and Montagne à Fred (Colombourg), where rivers of rocks – vestiges of the last glacier to have covered the Abitibi region – expect their visit.

Sector: Abitibi-Ouest


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Via la route 111


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