Southern Témiscamingue includes Témiscaming
, Kipawa, and Laniel. Témiscaming is a forestry town located at the southern end of Lake Temiskaming. This hillside town is naturally beautiful, and boasts Anglo-Saxon architecture, flower gardens and European artwork. Its main attractions are the Railway Station Museum and a biking and walking path that leads to the Gordon Creek Waterfall. Lake Kipawa
has countless bays and islands, and can be accessed by Kipawa and Laniel. There are many outfitters and wildlife areas for hunters and anglers. A hiking trail along the tumultuous Kipawa River leads to the Grande waterfall.