LAKE OF THE WOODS, ONTARIO CANADA
Welcome to one of the most dramatic, mysterious and surprising lakes in the world – Lake of the Woods. From the deep clear water and rugged landscape of the Canadian shield at its north end, to the inviting woods, shallow water and sandy bottom at its south end, nature has worked wonders here to create a year-round natural paradise for vacationers and outdoor enthusiasts.
Lake of the Woods and the surrounding areas comprise one of the natural wonders of North America. With over 14,000 islands and more than 105,000 kilometers (65,000 miles) of shoreline – more shoreline than Lake Superior, the waterways of the lake and the surrounding wilderness offer anglers & hunters an endless variety of opportunities to experience the wonder of the region.
COMMUNITIES ON THE SHORES OF LAKE OF THE WOODS
For those who have traveled in the rugged and beautiful country that surrounds the Lake of the Woods, the City of Kenora can come as quite a surprise. Nestled in a glorious sweep on the north shore of the Lake of the Woods, Kenora is a vibrant slice of city life, culture, and bustle that [...]
The shorelines and islands surrounding our community are largely undeveloped. Travellers can marvel at much of the same scenery that the first explorers saw when they discovered this island-studded gem in the centre of the continent. Local rock paintings depict the life of the area’s earliest inhabitants. Nestled on the south-eastern shore of Lake of [...]
Situated approximately 60 miles north of the border towns of International Falls, Minnesota and Fort Frances, Ontario, Nestor Falls is in the midst of literally dozens of lakes on a picturesque corridor of pre-Cambrian granite and magnificent conifers offering some of the most diverse angling opportunities to be found in mid North America. These lakes [...]
With its clear pristine waters sparkling in the tranquil glow of the sunset, the eastern glacier carved shores of Lake of the Woods invites you into the warm magical community of Sioux Narrows. Rich in history, the town centre is the site of a legendary Indian battle between the invading Sioux and the local Cree [...]