Accommodations

North River Chalet

Located in the remote and historic settlement of Hunter’s Point, with access to Lake Kipawa and Lake Ostabonigue; this beautiful solar powered Chalet is perfect for guests who are looking for privacy and adventure!

Weekly:

$850 Saturday to Saturday
$135 per extra guests
$50 per pet stay

Daily:

Weekday – $150 per night, $50 extra guests
Weekend – $175 per night, $50 per extra guests
Long Weekend – $200 per night, $50 extra guests
$50 per pet stay

Chalet details:

Sleeps up to 9 people. Two bedrooms each with a double or queen bed, loft has 2 single beds (and plenty of room), pull out double couch, pull out single chair in living room. All beds are dressed with fitted sheets and pillows +cases only.

Kitchen includes propane fridge & stove, coffee maker, toaster, pots/pans, dishes, utensils, dish soap. Table and chairs for 4. Outside, is a covered deck +seating area with BBQ.

Indoor 3-piece bathroom has stand up shower, hand soap and toilette paper. Basic cleaners are provided with broom and mop.

Solar and generator powered. Hot water. Woodstove. Propane, gas and firewood included. Instruction for use located at site.

Dock with 16’ canoe included.

The drive is approximately 2 hours from Laniel with most of the drive on gravel and dirt roads. Depending on where you’re coming from, you can access the dirt roads from either Kipawa or Bearn.

From Kipawa: take the Maniwaki road heading east. At kilometer marker 38, take a left onto Red Pine Rd heading north. After 11km, take a left onto Bearn Rd heading northwest. At 65km, take a right onto Birch Lake Rd. Keep to the left and after 6km you’ll make a right onto Chalet rd. Keep to the right and you’re there.

From Bearn: Take chemin de Penetration heading east to Zec Kipawa. This road turns into Chemin du Lac Moran and then the Bearn Rd. At km65, take a left onto Birch Lake Rd. Keep to the left and after 6km you’ll make a right onto Chalet rd. Keep to the right and you’re there.

There’s a boat launch on Bearn Rd. at Hunters Point bridge around km68. And a small sector of cell range at km75.

Things you should bring:

Blankets/sleeping bag, towels, flashlights with batteries, bug repellant, sunscreen, toiletries, groceries, rain gear, extra toilette paper and a lighter/matches.

Things to see and do:

  • Near the bridge on Birch Lake Road, there is a small trail that runs south along the set of rapids. Here you’ll find signs identifying medicinal plants!
  • Take a drive or paddle to the old Hunters Point church.
  • Take a paddle to the beach