Foraging, garden tour, and beach side farm-to-table meal experience.
We believe food is one of the most powerful tools to foster a sense of community and connection. Join us for a multi-sensory experience as we celebrate the seasons and the wild and abundant landscapes we call home.
Wild Foraging + Garden Tour
We’ll begin with a wild foraging walk with local beekeeper and wild food forager, Tauney Stinson, searching for edible flora and fauna that will be infused into the evening's meal.
Making our your way back dockside for a herbal infused cocktail and appetizers, we’ll then tour the gardens (sampling encouraged!) and learn about the regenerative, permaculture practices we use at Anupaya.
We’ll then settle in for an EPIC farm to table feast, created by renowned chef Justin Champagne from award winning Perch Restaurant. Working with local and ethically sourced foods from small regenerative farms, dinner is paired with delicious Ontario wines, local micro brews and delcious and creative cocktails and mocktails.
Sunset Beachside Fire
Finish the evening off beachside, while enjoying handcrafted desserts and sipping campfire chai and spicy cider, as we watch the sun set over the beautiful river.
Guests will leave with a new appreciation for local foods, friendships forged, full bellies and a special gift to take home to remember such a special night.
Anupaya Cabin Co. is a Certified Natural Land Habitat that sits on 12 acres of beautiful forest, field and shoreline. Nestled between the majestic Upper Ottawa River and the Eastern border of Algonquin Provincial Park, with access to over 6 million acres of woodland forest, pristine lakes and historic waterways, Anupaya Cabin Co. boasts a truly remarkable 1200ft white sand beach and incomparable views of the water and Laurentian Hills across the river.
At Anupaya Cabin Co, we prioritize environmental protection and land stewardship. We are fortunate to own 1,200 feet of waterfront property along the shores of the Ottawa River - one of the most important and historically significant waterways in Ontario and as such, we strive at all times to honour and respect this highly diverse and sensitive shoreline ecosystem by following best practices as stewards of this magnificent stretch of shoreline.
We respectfully acknowledge the traditional, ancestral and unceded territory of the Anishinabewaki and Omamiwininiwag People, whose land we live and work on.
Our permaculture farm is dedicated to regenerative agriculture, growing food in harmony with Nature, and creating a place of peace and tranquillity for those who visit. We are committed to not only improving the health and vitality of our land but our community and the environment in which we inhabit.
Guests are welcome and encouraged to explore our grounds, sample our gardens and visit our beloved Nigerian Dwarf goats and our beloved Barred Rock chickens.
We rely on permaculture methods such as composting, mulching, rainwater collection, drip irrigation and no-till farming practices. Our goal is to continue learning and growing every year – improving soil fertility, food security, and creating an edible food forest for generations to come.
Slow down, enjoy, and celebrate nature.
* we are taking 2024 off, but the team will be back in 2025 for our best WILD PATH yet!!
Join us, we think you'll like it here.
Anupaya Cabin Co.
1696 Moore’s Road
Deep River, Ont
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