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Although the incredible fishing is one major draw that keeps anglers coming back year after year, there is also a multitude of activities and sights for the whole family to enjoy.

1.Woodland Caribou Park


Woodland Caribou Park, a 462,000-hectare wilderness park located west of Red Lake, is one of the best places in Ontario where you can experience harmony with nature as the Native people once did. The park’s main artery, the Bloodvein River, was recently designated as part of the Canadian Heritage Rivers System for its outstanding natural and cultural heritage values and recreational opportunities. The park teems with moose, black bear, otter, and beaver and is home to one of the largest herds of woodland caribou south of Hudson Bay. 1600 kilometers of canoe routes and fishing areas await the adventure seeking upon arrival. Contact – 1-727-2253

2.Red Lake Museum

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The Red Lake Museum was established in 1982 to tell the story of the area, from the beginning of the region’s recorded history to the present. Over 4,000 artifacts are currently on display, as well as hundreds of photographs and other archival material. The Museum also initiates and participates in projects that promote cultural heritage, such as self-guided historic walking, boating and driving tours, art shows, virtual exhibits, and heritage plays and festivals. Contact – 807-727-3006

3.Norseman Heritage Park

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The Red Lake Museum was established in 1982 to tell the story of the area, from the beginning of the region’s recorded history to the present. Over 4,000 artifacts are currently on display, as well as hundreds of photographs and other archival material. The Museum also initiates and participates in projects that promote cultural heritage, such as self-guided historic walking, boating and driving tours, art shows, virtual exhibits, and heritage plays and festivals. Contact – 807-727-3006

4.Golden Civic Centre


Come and see the Crull Mineral and Rock Collection. This spectacular collection numbers more than 2600 specimens from around the world, including metallic minerals as well as industrial, rare earth, soft rock and gems. The specimens were collected by Erle Crull, a geologist who lived in the area for 47 years. Located in the community of Balmertown.

5.McKenzie Island


Come and see the Crull Mineral and Rock Collection. This spectacular collection numbers more than 2600 specimens from around the world, including metallic minerals as well as industrial, rare earth, soft rock and gems. The specimens were collected by Erle Crull, a geologist who lived in the area for 47 years. Located in the community of Balmertown.

Red Lake Fishing

 
Bow Narrows
Cottage Ontario