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Take a trip down Highway 671 (also known as the Jones Road) north of Kenora and experience the natural beauty Northwestern Ontario has to offer.

From the Trans-Canada Highway near Kenora, head north on Ontario Provincial Highway 671 toward Grassy Narrows and take your time coming by all the beautiful little spots along the way; Island Lake, Silver Lake, Wild Lake, Keys Lake, and Havik Lake, to name just a few.

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Peace, quiet, and exploring not your style? We have some other great places for you to check out too!

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Huskie the Muskie

Huskie the Muskie is the nickname of a 40-foot-tall (12 m) outdoor sculpture depicting a muskellunge in Kenora, Ontario's McLeod Park. The first Huskie was constructed in 1967 as a potential Canadian Centennial project by Jules Horvath and Bob Selway from Deluxe Signs and Displays under the direction of the Kenora Chamber of Commerce. The original was rebuilt in 1995.

His official slogan is "Huskie the Muskie says Prevent Water Pollution".

Coney Island

This beach is located on the west side of Coney Island and has a playground, concession stand, public docks, a large grassy area for outdoor sports, and a shelter for picnics. 

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Mather Walls House

The Mather Walls house was built by John Mather, a native of Scotland that emigrated to Canada in 1857. John built the house in 1889 and was one of Keewatin’s earliest pioneers.  John was a business man and formed the Keewatin Lumbering and Manufacturing Company building a flour mill and a saw mill. In 1906, the house was purchased by John Walls, foreman of the mill.

This house has been featured in an episode of Creepy Canada due to the resident ghost which inhabits the home.

Today the house is preserved by the Ontario Heritage Foundation and operated by the Lake of the Woods Historical Society. Tours are offered from May to September.

Lake of the Woods Heritage Museum 

The award-winning Lake of the Woods Museum, one of the finest small museums in Canada, is located in the City of Kenora, Ontario, the gateway to Canada’s west. The Museum was established in 1964 and seeks to promote understanding of and respect for the cultures and heritage of the Lake of the Woods area, and to engage a diverse community in discovery and learning.

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Beauty Bay Golf Course

Beauty Bay Golf Course is nestled in an idyllic setting, on the shores of beautiful Black Sturgeon Lake. The golf course, located about 15 minutes northeast of Kenora, Ontario, has a rolling terrain and numerous water hazards and is sure to provide a challenge for golfers of all levels.

Come out and discover this ‘hidden gem’ for yourself. You won’t be disappointed!

Kenora Golf & Country Club

Whether you are looking at coming out to play a round of golf or to enjoy a meal on the deck over looking the Lake, The Kenora Golf & Country Club Clubhouse has all the ammenities to satisfy your needs.

  • Fully Stocked Pro Shop
  • Club Storage Area
  • Men’s and Ladies Locker Rooms
  • Restaurant & Lounge that offers breakfast, lunch and dinner
  • Tournament, Wedding & Banquet facility to seat up to 140 people
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