Temiskaming
Shores

In 2004, New Liskeard, Dymond and Haileybury united to become the City of Temiskaming Shores.

Temiskaming Shores

I love this place.

Temiskaming Shores

Haileybury - Set up on a hill, residents of Haileybury have spectacular views of Lake Temiskaming. Located 34 miles north of Temagami, it is renowned for its fun water park with a manmade beach and 150 foot waterslide. Devils' Rock, which stands 300 feet above sea level is a must see, and is accessible by foot with amazing views of Lake Temiskaming.

New Liskeard - New Liskeard is the largest populated town in the District of Temiskaming, and like Haileybury, is located along the shores of Lake Temiskaming. New Liskeard's economy relies primarily on agriculture and forestry and is the industrial, commercial and administrative centre of the Temiskaming area.

Dymond - Dymond Township was primarily an agricultural community, until the 1970s, when a commercial area grew along Highway 11. Large retail stores populate the area, including the area's largest mall, The Temiskaming Square, and Wal-Mart. A residential, sub-division has been expanding nicely over the years in Dymond.