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Community of Rainy River, Ontario
Attractions in and around Rainy River, ON: Railroad Heritage Museum & 4008 Steam Engine: The museum features the history of Rainy River with an emphasis on the railroad in its formation and development. The museum shows the inside of a restored, antique railway passenger car, and the inside of a caboose. They also have a restored steam engine, the 4008. The museum is located next to the provincial tourism centre. - The Kay-Nah-Chi-Wah-Nung Historical Centre, an important historical site for the First Nations people, including a traditional burial ground. - Rainy River, Railroad Daze, event celebrates the railroad heritage of the community - Rainy River, ON; Rainy River, ON; Walleye Tournament, Located in some of the best walleye fishing in Ontario. - The Giant Pumpkin Festival, an event showing the agricultural wealth of region. Rainy River Campground located along the banks of the Ontario, Rainy River Facilities: - water and electricity, washrooms, pool, docking facilities and boat launches.
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Town of Rainy River, ON.
All services. Junction of highway #600 north to Lake Of The Woods Provincial Park (Natural Enviroment Park).Community of Bergland South to U.S.A. Border, Minnesota Highways #72 #11. Community of Baudette. East to Highway #71 The Trans Canada Highway, Town of Fort Frances, City of Thunder Bay
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Junction ofHighway # 621
South to Community of Sleeman, ON; services. North to community of Gameland, ON; Bergland, ON: - Lake Of The Woods Provincial Park 43 km's Located near the borders of Ontario, Manitoba, and Minnesota. No facilities at this park.
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Junction of Highway #619
Community of Pinewood, ON, services. North to Arbor-Vitae, ON.
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Junction of Highway #617
North to community of Stratton, ON, services. Attractions in and around Stratton, ON: The Kay-Nah-Chi-Wah-Nung Historical Centre, Designated as a site of national historic significance. The center is owned and operated by the Rainy River First Nations. The Manitou Rapids Fish Fry is held annually every spring at Kay-Nah-Chi-Wah-Nung.
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Community of Barwick, ON.
Services. Attractions in and around Barwick, ON. The Barwick Lighthouse.
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Junction of Highway #71 The Trans Canada Highway
North to Caliper Lake Provincial Park, community of Sioux Falls, ON, Sioux Narrows Provincial Park, Rushing River Provincial Park. All parks have campgrounds with flush toilets and showers. North to Trans Canada Highway #17, city of Kenora, ON. Caliper Lake Ontario Provincial Park, Campground Facilities: 83 campsites, more than half of which can accommodate trailers Twenty-six sites electrical hookups, showers, toilets, firewood and water taps, boat Launch. -Sioux Narrows Ontario Provincial Park; Camping Facilities: 71 campsites located along the shoreline of Lake of the Woods. 17 campsites have electrical service. Each campsite has a picnic table, fireplace and parking space. - Rushing River Ontario Provincial Park: Camping Facilities: 217campsites, 75 of which have electrical service. Washroom and shower facilities are located in the campgrounds.
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Photo
View from highway
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Manitou Rapids
South side of highway
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Photo
View from highway
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Point of Interest
Crossing Everett Creek, ON.
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Community of Elmo, ON: (Florance Street)
Services
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Junction of Highway #602
South side of highway
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Junction of Highway #613
Community of Devlin, ON; services. North to Government Landing, ON; South to La Vallee, ON.
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Point of Interest
Crossing The La Vallee River, ON.
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Point of Interest
Bridge crossing Kitchen Creek, ON. access to Kitchen Creek Golf Club, 18 hole Golf course, south side of highway
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Junction of Highway #611
North side of highway
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Junction of Highway #611
South side of highway
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Danial Ave
Access to boat launch
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Junction of Highway #602 - Town of Fort Frances, ON.
All services; Fort Frances, ON; bears the distinction of being the oldest settled community west of Lake Superior. It was first established in 1688 by Jacques de Noyen and has been settled continuously since 1731. Attractions in and around Town of Fort Frances, ON: - Fort Frances Museum & Cultural Centre, one of the Fort Frances's oldest buildings, a school house built in 1898. The museum features history from early native life to industrial development. - Pither's Point Park, Located on Rainy Lake, Pither's Point Park offers a day park picnic area, swimming, baseball diamonds, volleyball courts, and horseshoe pits. - Logging Tug Hallet, The Tug Boat Hallet was the largest and most powerful logging boat on Rainy Lake, ON. The 60 foot, 57 ton. You can visit the Hallet on-site at Pither's Point Park. - Rainy Lake Mermaid; The Mermaid sits upon a rock in the middle of beautiful Rainy Lake. - Fort Frances Downtown Murals.
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Junction of Minnesota Highway #53 & 71
South to International Falls, Canada & United States Border Crossing. South to highway #53 & 71 to State of Minnesota. East on Trans Canada Highway #11 called 'Mom's Way' Highway to City of Thunder Bay, ON. West to Town of Rainy River, ON. Start / Finish of Highway Travel Guide,for continuance of this highway see Milebymile.com Section 2 - Town of Fort Frances to the City of Thunder Bay. -e