By Car: Take any bridge from Ottawa to Hull or Gatineau. There are usually signs that say "Hull". Once in Quebec, the highway will be identified as Highway 5 to Maniwaki. Take Highway 5 North until the end. Then North on Highway 105 until the exit for Wakefield, at which you should make a right turn. It takes about 30-45 minutes depending on the traffic in Ottawa.
By Bus:Greyhound goes from the Ottawa bus terminal to Wakefield once per day and takes about 1 hour and 15 minutes. A return ticket is about $15.
The Black Sheep Inn (Le Mouton Noir), 420 Riverside Drive, (819) 459-3228.  has become well known for top quality musical entertainment. Check listings in Ottawa Newspapers, such as the Ottawa Citizen or on their web site.
Prime Minister Lester B Pearson's Gravesite. Nobel Peace Prize recipient, former prime minister, and contributor to the founding of the United Nations died in 1972 and is burried in the MacLaren Cemetery, behind the Mill. Turn on Mill Road off of River Road and then turn Right on MacLaren immediately after the Mill. The cemetery is at the top of the hill.
Wakefield Covered Bridge is an historic bridge that was burned down and reconstructed in 1996. Indicative of the area, the red bridge spans the Gatineau River near the centre of the village.
Fall leaves in the Gatineau Hills are incredible. Usually best in late September and early October, the whole region is a feast for your eyes.
During the spring months, and "break up time", locals place a barrel on the ice of the Gatineau River. Bets are placed as to when this barrel will sink. Nothing spectacular to see, but if you look for it, it will be there.
Great Canadian Bungee is for the adventurous-inclined.
There are several small shops featuring local artisans and interesting articles.
Artists in their Environment, (819) 459-3233, . Held in September each year and features many local artists. Visitors can tour the studios of local artists and acquire interesting creative works.
Language Holidays, (819) 459-3670, . (Inter-)active language holidays in English or French at the River Echo Language School. Combine your linguistic needs with a holiday adventure. French on a horse or dog sled? English in the canoe or an the greens?
Walking Trails starting from several points in Wakefield Village will give visitors historical or nature perspectives. Groomed and marked baths run along the outskirts of the Village and can be accessed by McLaren House, near the Mill.
Kayak and canoe on the Gatineau River or one of the hundreds of lakes in the area. Rentals can be arranged with Boutique Burro Borracho at 721-B Riverside Dr beside Solstice Books. Canoe trips can also be booked with Expeditions Radisson 
Snowshoe and dog sled trips can be booked with Expeditions Radisson 
Swim in the Gatineau River near the Wakefield Covered Bridge.
Paddle board on Gatineau River rent boards at Cafe Radisson/Expeditions Radisson .
Captiva Farms-horse back riding-, 189 chemin de la montange, ☎ 1-877-459-2769, . 9:00-sunset. Captiva has been around for 27 years and offers some of the best horses and trails in Ontario and Quebec. Their trails wrap through the lush forests, open fields and wind through mountainous terrain.edit
Alpengruss Restaurant, (819) 459-2885, on the North side of the village serves a decent reasonably priced meal in a casual atmosphere.
Pizzeria Mama Gen, 12 Valley Drive, (819)459-3999. Worth the stop if you want a fantastic pizza featuring unusual ingredients on an herbed thin crust. Think gourmet pizza when you stop in to visit Mama Gen.
Chez Eric (819-459-3747) is another great little place on Valley Drive on the way into town that has several innovative dishes. A family friendly cafe by day offering superb specialty coffees and lunch specials and a bistro by night, Chez Eric is excellent value for your money and is quickly becoming one of the region's hot spots.
The Wakefield Mill (819) 459-1838, at the end of Mill Road. You can eat an up-scale meal at this restaurant and overlook the La Peche River and a waterfall. This is a fairly fancy restaurant that is not cheap, but has great food in its cozy dining room situated in the village's original mill.
Pot au Feu, (819) 459-2080, is a comparatively upscale restaurant that occupies the villages old train station, between the main part of town and the grocery store. With a great porch that overlooks the river in the summer and wonderful food all year round, this is one of the more expensive places in the village to eat. Site is the subject of a Philip Craig painting.
La Maison du Village, 759 Riverside, (819) 459-1445, fabulous food, casual atmosphere. A real delight for your taste buds. Small dining room, has patio spaces in summer.
Auberge de Mon Petit Chum Bed and Breakfast, 29 Chemin Burnside, (819) 459-1814, . A charming place to stay and relax with owner Dawn near the core of the village and all its attractions. Dawn makes an incredible breakfast every morning to which you can awake after a good sleep in one of the 3 rooms starting at $129 per night. All rooms now have private bath. Coffee,tea & hot chocolate is available 24 hours a day as is wireless internet. Several innovative packages are available that introduce visitors to local restaurants, Ottawa area museums, outdoor activities, local music venues and spas.
La Grange Country Inn, 37 Chemin Rockhurst, tel: (819) 459-3939, . A four-sun bed and breakfast close to the centre of the village. The attractive barn-style architecture envelops several rustic rooms ranging from $95 to $140 per night. Some rooms feature kitchenettes. The other attraction of La grange may be its regular yoga sessions.
Le Moulin, 2007
Le Moulin: the Wakefield Mill, 60 Mill Road, (819) 459-1838, . The most upscale place you can stay in Wakefield and rivals the charm of any hotel in the region. Restored from the original mill, the Inn is situated a roaring part of the La Pêche River, which constitutes a small waterfall. Within five minutes walk, visitors are in the Gatineau National Park. Another five minutes in the other direction is the village. The Mill also features a spa and restaurant. Room rates start at $109 per night, including famous continental breakfast and several packages are available including dinner, historic train rides and spa packages.
Les Trois Erables, 801 Chemin Riverside, (819) 459-1118, . A four-sun bed and breakfast located in the heart of Wakefield village. The building as the historic of the village doctor, constructed in 1896. Rooms are $129 to $199 per night based on double occupancy. This inn has a lovely grounds and is in a beautiful building.
Irish Creek Getaways,. Three beautiful vacation rental located in the heart of the Gatineau Hills, just a short drive from Wakefield, on Lake Pemichangan near Mont Ste Marie. This year-round retreat is ideal for summer holidays, winter getaways, country weddings and much more.
Lake Kalalla Retreat, 15 min. north of Wakefield, ☎ 613.889.4556, . A magnificent lake house rental. Post and beam structure combined with contemporary architectural features and interior design. Sauna and yoga studio are just a few of the many luxurious features this house has to offer. The lake is being shared with just one other cottage.edit
River Echo, 735 Riverside -- A 3-BR tourist home in the heart of Wakefield - sleeps 6 - close to all attractions and amenities - private perennial oasis in the back - large kitchen., ☎ 819-328-3635, . edit
Alpengrus Motel, 831 Chemin Riverside, (819) 459-2885, . is a rustic European styled motel with 16 rooms starting at $70 per night for one person. Locals frequent the restaurant.
Pension Wunderbar Hotel911 Riverside Rd (819)459-2471 or toll-free (877)459-2471.
email@example.com is among the lowest cost places you can stay in Wakefield, starting at $69 per night for single occupancy, $79 for two ($89/99 for an apartment with wood fireplace & fully equipped kitchens. All rooms w/private bathrooms. Free parking.
Conveniently situated on Greyhound bus route in Wakefield. Within walkin distance to Vorlage Ski Centre and local attractions. Nearby, spectacular X-Country skiing & Snow-Shoeing in Gatineau Park. All this only 32km from downtown Ottawa, Ontario in an Authentic Austrian-Style Chalet.
North along Hwy 105 for about 20km will take you to Low, Quebec. A small town with a hockey arena.
Chelsea Quebec, known for the Gatineau Park, is the next town South on hwy 5
This is a usable article. It has information for getting in as well as some complete entries for restaurants and hotels. An adventurous person could use this article, but please plunge forward and help it grow!