Cities Overview

Although our area of Ontario is very large in size (about the size of the state of Minnesota), the population is quite low- only 50,000 in all that area. Also 50% of our land is covered in fresh water lakes, making large centres difficult to build. That means no major centres spoil the boreal wilderness of our area. Smaller towns provide you with every need, from accommodations to dining, recreation, shopping & site seeing.

Please select the destination below you wish to learn more about:

Armstrong

Armstrong is a small community 235 kilometres north of Thunder Bay in the Thunder Bay District, Northwestern Ontario, Canada. Armstrong is accessible via Highway 527 or by private flight and charters.

Atikokan

Atikokan is the Canoeing Capital of Canada, the Gateway to Quetico Provincial Park. Its remoteness offers great opportunities for fishing, hunting and especially snowmachine trails and cross-country ski trail.

City of Dryden

Dryden and its surrounding communities are located by the edge of three freshwater lakes: Wabigoon Lake, Thunder Lake and Eagle Lake. Its community and climate offer great oppotunities for variaty of activities, including fishing, camping, hunting, sking, hiking. Dryden is located on the Trans-Canada Highway between Winnipeg and Thunder Bay.

Ear Falls

Ear Falls is located on the banks of the famous Lac Seul, the English River, Wenesaga Lake and Pakwash Lake which offers great fishing and hunting opportunities. Ear Falls is located along Highway 105 between Vermillion Bay and Red Lake with roughly 1000 residents

Hudson

Hudson is a small community with beautiful trails and beaches in the municipality of Sioux Lookout in northwestern Ontario, Canada. It is located on Lost Lake on the English River with a population close to 300.

Ignace

The Township of Ignace is located on the shores of Agimak Lake, at the junction of the Trans-Canada Highway 17 and Highway 599 which leads north to Savant Lake, Pickle Lake. Ignace is a great fishing destination in the summer and also offer great outdoor activities in the winter.

Perrault Falls

Perrault Falls is located 65 km north of Vermilion Bay accessible via highway 105. It sits between Perrault Lake and Wabaskang Lake offering amazing fishing and hunting experiences.

Pickle Lake

The Township of Pickle Lake is located 167km north of Savant Lake at the end of highway 599 in Northwest Ontario. Its untouched wilderness is truly a great destination for fishing, hunting and outdoor adventures.

Red Lake

Red Lake is located 175km north of Vermilion Bay via highway 105. The Red Lake area offers great fishing and hunting as well as outdoor family activities. It is the home to Woodland Caribou Provincial Park and Norseman Festival.

Savant Lake

Savant Lake is a small community located on highway 599 in the Thunder Bay District. It sits between Ignace and Pickle Lake and is accessible from Sioux Lookout via Ontario Highway 516.

Sioux Lookout

Sioux Lookout is located by the banks of Pelican Lake, Abram Lake and Lac Seul, featuring endless oppotunities for fishing, hunting, camping and many other outdoor activieies. It is also well known for its annual 10-day Blueberry Festival. It is accessible via Highway 72, 516 and 642.

Vermilion Bay

Vermilion Bay sits by the famous Eagle Lake, and is located on Highway 17, 45km west of Dryden, Northwest Ontario. Visitors come here to fish the Eagle Lake, the Indian Lake Chain, Clay Lake, Canyon Lake, Cedar Lake and Perrault Lake.

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