Heaven 11 Plaza
  • Walter and Regula Reich on a cross country ride to raise awareness for Parkinson's Disease. They stopped by for a coffee, pastry, some photos and a telephone interview with a Kapuskasing radio station CKAP 100.9 FM and the popular program host Nick Birnie. www.gofundme.com/walter-and-giant (Giant is the brand of his bike).
  • Image enhanced by Amy Hailey (C) 2019
  • Image enhanced by Amy Hailey (C) 2019
  • Image enhanced by Amy Hailey (C) 2019
  • Image enhanced by Amy Hailey (C) 2019
  • Image enhanced by Amy Hailey (C) 2019
  • South of Opaz bridges
  • Zac Wagman and Nick Wagman from Project Learning Tree Canada on their cross Canada cycling excursion. They started in Victoria BC and just stopped by Heaven 11 for a break and a chat. Their bike frames are made entirely of laminated Ash and are beautiful pieces of craftsmanship. https://www.mygreenjob.ca/ https://www.pltcanada.org info@pltcanada.org
  • On a hot day in Opaz, one can always soak their feet in the refreshingly cool waters of Christopher Falls on the Opasatika River.
  • Rambling waters at Christopher Falls located 8 km on Fergus Road (road is on the western side of Opaz).
  • Our first sit down customers at a table custom crafted by Don Nolet

Opasatika (Opaz) ((Opah-sat-eka)) is a small community that is quiet, safe and friendly.  We have the Opasatika River Boat Launch and River Park, A Caisse Populiare Bank is on the south side of Opaz near the centre of the town on the south side of Highway 11, an ice rink (in the winter months). 

A new business is being established in Opaz, a vertical farm is well underway to supply the entire region with fresh garden produce. 

The Opasatika River is a beautiful and peaceful river with calm waters, picturesque scenery and plenty of good fishing.  Northern Pike, Pickerel, Catfish and Perch will gladly give you a fight for the opportunity to steal your minnow or lure.  Northward on McCowen Road about 25 kilometres is Allen Lake, the road passes several small lakes and streams.  Heading south on the river about 7 kilometres is Christopher Falls which prevents boats from passing but has great fishing below the falls.

At the Opaz boat launch plenty of people have luck fishing from the docks in case you don't have access to a boat.

https://www.opasatika.net/

http://opasatika-ontario.catalog-online.ca/finance/caisse-populaire-opasatika/

Zac Wagman and Nick Wagman from Project Learning Tree Canada