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Town of Fort Frances, ON.
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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Town of Fort Frances, ON.
Junction of Minnesota Highway #53 and #71 south to United States / Canada Border Crossing, International Falls. West to Rainy River. East to City of Thunder Bay. There is access to an Information Booth at this location. Town of Fort Frances, all services.Fort Frances 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
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Junction of highway #802 North
North to Kashabowie Lodge, Lake Kashabowie Lodge is situated on Lake Kashabowie, 65 miles west of Thunder Bay, Ontario,
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View from Highway
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View from highway
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Holiday Village Campground & R V Park, ON
West side of highway
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Point of Interest
East Boundry of Fort Frances
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View from highway
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Bridge crossing Rainy Lake
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Boat Launch Area
North side of highway
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Point of Interest
Bridge Crossing Rainy River, ON; Access to Windy Point, ON. The Ontario, Rainy River is a river, approximately 85 mi (140 km), long, that forms part of the U.S/Canada border, separating Minnesota and Ontario.
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Roadside Highway Tunout
Gravel turnout, north side of highway
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Junction of Highway #502
North to City of Dryden, ON. - Attractions in and around Dryden, ON: - Dryden and District Museum, features museum displays with over 10,000 artifacts in four different galleries, showing local culture and history of the Dryden area.
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Roadside Highway Tunout
Paved truck load check area, north side of highway
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Access to Boat Launch
North side of highway
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Point of Interest
Bridge crossing Rainy River, ON.
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View from highway
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Armstrong Road
Coopers Resort 1km north, Fisheries Resort, 3 km's north. Lake has fishing for walleye, northern pike, crappie, smallmouth bass, or muskie.
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Roadside Highway Tunout Rest Area
Picnic tables, pit toilets, north side of highway
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Community of Mine Centre ON, (Bliss Road)
Services south side of highway.
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Mine Centre Resort
South side of highway
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Access to Manion Lake, ON.
North side of highway, Hyatt's Manion Lake Camp, ON; fishing hunting. Blue Lantern Resort, ON; Manion Lake Resort, ON.
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Point of Interest
Bridge crossing The Seine River, ON.
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Roadside Highway Turnout
Gravel, snow plow turn about.
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Quetico Wilderness Outfitters, ON.
Access to Quetico Provincial Park, Community of Lac la Croix, ON. - Quetico, Ontario Provincial Park,; Campground facilities; 107 campsites, 49 of which have electricity, comfort stations, showers, a laundromat and other amenities.
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Banning Lake Road
North side of highway
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McCauley Lake Road
McCauley Lake Resort, ON; 1 km north. Furnished cabins with running water, general store, gas,and bait. Boat and canoe rentals.
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Point of Interest
Bridge crossing McCauley Creek, ON.
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Perch Lake Road
Access to Mar's Lake Resort 3 km's north. Housekeeping cabins, large group accommodations, private docks, Fishing walleye, northern, small mouth bass, perch, Deer, Moose and smallgame hunting, winter ice Fishing, snowmobiling.
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Point of Interest
Lerome Lake, ON; north side of highway
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Roadside Highway Turnout
Paved turnout, north side of highway. Kemuel Lake, ON; south side of highway
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Junction of Highway #622 & 11b
Community of Atikokan, ON; 3 km's north. North to Turtle River Provincial Park (waterway park), City of Dryden, ON. South access to Quetico Ontario Provincial Park. Visitor Information Centre south side of highway. - Turtle River Ontario Provincial Park, has no facilities. Backcountry canoeing and fishing are the main recreational activities. - The Community of Atikokan, ON: Atikokan, just north of Quetico Provincial Park, is known as 'The Canoeing Capital of Canada' Attractions in Atikokan, The Atikokan Centennial Museum - Legion Point Heritage Park, features a collection of heavy equipment from the early period of logging, mining and railroad days.
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Quetico Provincial Park access south side of highway
Quetico is a protected, pristine wilderness retreat of international acclaim west of Lake Superior on the Canada - U.S. border. The park's tangled network of lakes once formed water routes travelled by Ojibway and fur traders. Now it is primarily the destination of experienced canoeists seeking solitude and rare glimpses of wildlife by cascading waterfalls, glassy lakes and endless forests. The park is accessible at five points by canoe and one by car (to the Dawson Trail Campground).
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Roadside Highway Tunout Rest Area
Picnic area
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Junction of Highway #623
North to community of Sapawe, ON; 5 km's. Sapawe, ON; is located in the Rainy River, ON; District. Sapawe, means 'running water' in Anishininiimowin.
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Niobe Lake Lodge, ON.
North side of highway. The Lodge features lakeside cottages fully equipped modern kitchens and bathrooms, air conditioning, satellite t.v.
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Lakeview Road

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Junction of Highway #633
Quetico Centre, ON; 4 km's north
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Point of Interest
Eva Lake, ON.
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Camp Quetico Road
Access to Outfitters. - Camp Quetico, ON; has one- to four-bedroom cabins, modern conveniences, air conditioning, satellite t.v. - Queti Quest Outfitters, offers full and partial outfitting for custom-designed canoeing and kayaking expeditions. North of highway
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Services at Highway

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Point of Interest
East boundry of Quetico Ontario Provincial Park.
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View from highway
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Point of Interest
Crossing the Pickerel River
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Quetico Provincial Park (Dawson Trail)
Park Entrance to Dawson Creek campground 107 campsites, 49 electric sites, showers south side of highway. Quetico is a protected, pristine wilderness retreat of international acclaim west of Lake Superior on the Canada - U.S. border. The park's tangled network of lakes once formed water routes travelled by Ojibway and fur traders. Now it is primarily the destination of experienced canoeists seeking solitude and rare glimpses of wildlife by cascading waterfalls, glassy lakes and endless forests. The park is accessible at five points by canoe and one by car (to the Dawson Trail Campground).
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View from highway
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Roadside Highway Tunout Rest Area
North side of highway, picnic tables
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Arctic and Atlantic Watershed 1660 ft. elevation
From this point all streams flow north into the Arctic Ocean. Past this point east all streams flow south into the Atlantic Ocean
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Photo's
View from highway, Arctic and Atlantic Watershed information sign
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Roadside Highway Tunout
Gravel turnout, no services, right by lake you could launch a small boat or canoe, nice spot, south side of highway
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Junction of Highway #802 south
South side of highway
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Roadside Highway Turnout
Pulp load road check. South side of highway
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Services at Highway
Fuel, north side of highway
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Point of Interest
Crossing the Kashabowie River, ON.
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View from highway
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Mache Lake, ON; north side of highway
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Junction of Highway #586
South side of highway
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Point of Interest
Bridge crossing Swamp River, ON.
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Spruce Villa Campgrounds, ON.
South side of highway
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Community of Shebandowan, ON. (Shebandowan Road)
Services
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Point of Interest (Time Zone Change)
Eastern Standard time zone. If heading East set watch ahead one hour. Travellers heading West set watches back one hour.
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Roadside Highway Turnout
Large paved, pulp load, truck check point, south side of highway
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Junction of Highway #17 ( The Trans Canada Highway )
Community of Shabaqua Corners, services at highway East to City of Thunder Bay Note The Trans Canada Highways, #11 overlaps with #17. NOTE: For highway travel via Ontario Highway #17 'The Trans Canada Highway - See Highway Travel Guide - Manitoba /Ontario Border to Thunder Bay, ON; for driving directions.

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Point of Interest
Beaver Lodges on pond
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Junction of Highway #102
East alternate route to Thunder Bay, ON.
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Roadside Highway Turnout Rest Area
Rest Area, south side of highway picnic tables
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Junction of Highway #590
Access to Kakabeka Falls Provincial Park. Known as Niagara of the North, Kakabeka Falls plunges 40 metres over sheer cliffs and some of the oldest fossils in the world. Get a bird's-eye view from jutting platforms and trails along the gorge. Trace voyageurs' steps around the falls in this history-rich park. Campground Facilities: There are two campgrounds with 169 campsites, 90 campsites with electrical service are located in the Whispering Hills Campground which has several pull-through sites to accommodate large trailers and recreational vehicles. There is a picnic and day use areas.
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Town of Kakabeka Falls, ON.
Kakabeka Falls, Lodging, services
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Kakabeka Falls, ON. Bible Camp
Access south side of highway
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Junction of highway #588
South to Stanley, access to Ontario Provincial Police Detachment
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Junction of Highway #130 south
South side of highway
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The City of Thunder Bay, ON.
Junction of Highways #61 south to Duluth Minnesota, access to airport,hospital. Highways 11 #17 north is The Thunder Bay Expressway, bypassing Thunder Bay, ON; east to Sault St. Marie, ON; west to Kenora, ON. Manitoba.
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City of Thunder Bay Ontario
Attractions in and around Thunder Bay: Thunder Bay Blues Festival - Thunder Bay Children's Festival - Thunder Bay Dragon Boat Race Festival - Thunder Bay Kite Festival - NOTE: For highway travel east via 'The Trans Canada Highway #17 - See highway travel Guide Thunder Bay To Sault Ste. Marie for driving directions - For west highway travel via #17 See Highway Travel Guide Thunder Bay, Ontario to the Manitoba/Ontario Border for driving directions. Start / Finish of Highway Travel Guide. -e