Atikokan, the Canoeing capital of Canada, is a safe, healthy community with a diverse economy, strong ties to the wilderness and a creative spirit.
A unique location on Lake of the Woods. Superb fishing and hunting, full service resort area, only 35 miles north of the U.S. border. Island Splendor...Feel It!
The Town of Fort Frances Welcomes You! Pither’s Point Park, the Hallett; the Museum, Sportsplex, Townshend Theatre, Sorting Gap Marina and many other attractions.
Experience Atikokan Quetico's Gateway Community. Extensive outfitting services, equipment rentals, art galleries, scenic air tours, accommodations and restaurants. The canoeing Capital of Canada!
Alberton is a lovely rural residential municipality lying immediately west of Fort Frances with a thriving business sector
Administration, business, economic and demographic information about the town of Fort Frances.
Offering business, economic, educational, tourist information, etc. about the hub of the Rainy River District.
Municipal government, tourism area of Bergland Morson area; Lake of the Woods' many resorts and major cottage area includes fishing, logging and farming.
Municipal government rural area along the Rainy River from Pinewood north and west to Lake of the Woods.