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A town in Northern Ontario, Red Lake is part of a municipality that boosts one of Canada's most outstanding natural lakes. Surrounded by serene, calm blue waters, visitors will find themselves drifting into a world of complete relaxation. With attractions both on and off the lake, tourists will be able to sit back, relax and enjoy all that this peaceful destination has to offer.
On the Lake
Red Lake is truly an angler's paradise. With thousands of fish to catch, ranging from lake trout to Northern Pike, fishing fanatics can keep their lines cast out from sunrise to sunset. The opportunity for visitors to travel by floatplane to some of the lake's most remote fishing areas, with 'Green's Fly-In Camps', is also available, enabling anglers to pursue their passion all day long without any interruptions. With tour companies that provide visitors with the best spots for ice fishing in the winter, fishing enthusiasts will be in heaven all year long at Red Lake, Ontario.
For those who enjoy an activity packed day, Red Lake, is a great place for visitors to get their adrenaline pumping. Although the town radiates a peaceful atmosphere, there is plenty of fun and excitement ready to be discovered. Visitors can rent kayaks and canoes or take a trip on a floatplane to explore the lake. With plenty of ways to burn off energy and get revitalized, Red Lake is the perfect place for those who are looking for adventure.
Canoeing on the Lake.
Around the Lake
Situated around the lake, the Red Lake Museum, will allow visitors to submerge into Ontario's past. The museum features gold mining displays and tells the story of 'Red Lake Mine.' In 1995, the mine was found to contain some of the richest gold available in the world. As a result it has become one of the richest and most celebrated mines ever to exist, and consequently a great part of Red Lake's heritage and history. Packed full of other exciting exhibitions, this museum is definitely an attraction worth visiting.
Gold from the Red Lake Mine
Located on the sun-kissed shores of McNeely Bay (a Red Lake bay), The Red Lake Country and Golf club will provide visitors with a spectacular day out. With an 18 hole golf course, golfers can sharpen up their skills at this scenic location. When visitors want to take a break, they can enjoy the clubhouse facilities or sit out on the large deck, with a beer in hand and look out at the picturesque Red Lake which journeys below. A restful day out, The Red Lake Country and Golf club is an ideal way to spend the day.
Near the Lake
Close to Red Lake, Ontario, is the beautiful Woodland Caribou Provincial Park. This attraction is a provincial park consisting of 1,150,000 acres of wilderness. Visitors can rent a canoe or travel by float plane to access this stunning location. Surrounded by nature's beauty, tourists will be silenced by the park's tranquil surroundings. With the calm, blue waters stretching for 2000 km, visitors can spend their entire day exploring this sublime and inspiring area.
From spending endless days fishing in the deep blue lake to exploring the scenic sights that lay around it, Red Lake, Ontario is full of beauty and splendour longing to be admired. Visitors can relax with a game of golf and look out at the lake from a distance or touch the water with their fingertips on a trip in a canoe. With lots of to do on, around and near the lake, visitors will never want to leave this calm and soothing location.