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Town of Kapuskasing, Ontario
Population 4500. Information Centre, north side of highway. South to city of North Bay. West to Nipigon, Thunder Bay. Access to Information Centre, north side of highway. - Attractions in and around Kapuskasing: - Special Events: - Canada Day Celebration - Festival de la St-Jean - Kapuskasing Lumberjack Heritage Festival des bcherons: This festival is rated as one of the top 100 festivals in Ontario - Kapuskasing 6th Annual Ice Fishing Derby. The Ron Morel Memorial Museum. The Ron Morel Memorial Museum is comprised of a steam locomotive, two coaches and a caboose. One coach is dedicated solely to train memorabilia. Items from the area's World War I internment camp are also displayed.
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Point of Interest - photo Kapuskasing River; Driving west on the northern Trans Canada Highway.
Crossing the Ontario Kapuskasing River.
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Kapuskasing Airport
South of highway
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Community of Val Rita, ON.
Roadside highway turnout with picnic tables at this point. Services at highway.
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14.4
Point of Interest
Echo Lake, ON. North side of highway.
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Community of Harty, Ontario
Access from highway.
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33.6
Roadside Highway Turnout (Opasatika River, Ontario)
With boat launch.
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Community of Opasatika, ON.
Access from highway. Opasatika, ON; is a former mill town located on the Ontario Opasatika River.
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Roadside Highway Turnout with historical marker
South side of highway
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Community of Mattice, Ontario
Mattice, Ontario is located on the Missinaibi River, ON. The Missinaibi River flows northeast from Missinaibi Lake, ON; north of Chapleau, Ontario and empties into the Moose River, ON; then into James Bay, Ontario.
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Roadside Highway Turnout Picnic Area
North side of highway
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Point of Interest
Crossing the Missinaibi River Access to Missinaibi Waterway Provincial Park. The wild, majestic Missinaibi River is one of the longest free-flowing wilderness waterways in Ontario. Experienced canoeists can paddle and camp this historic fur-trading route all the way to James Bay. Or visitors can stay at the campground and explore hundreds of ancient rock paintings along the rocky shores of Missinaibi Lake. Wildlife abounds here, and fish are abundant.
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Community of Val Cote, Ontario
Access from highway.
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Community of Hallebourg, Ontario
Access from highway.
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Junction of Highway #583
Town of Hearst, Ontario. Hearst, ON; was established, due to the construction of the Canadian Transcontinental Railway in 1913. Early settlers originally came from the province of Quebec.
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Information Centre
With picnic tables. South side of highway.
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Access to Hearst Airport
North of highway
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Truck Inspection Station
Telephone. South side of highway.
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116.8
Roadside Highway Turnout Rest Area
North side of highway.
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Fushimi Lake Provincial Park
13 kms north. The park has 44 secluded campsites, half with electricity, and all at a convenient distance from hot showers, a laundromat and toilets.
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Point of Interest
Carey Lake, Ontario. North side of highway
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128.8
Point of Interest
Crossing the Ontario, Kabinakagami River
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Junction of Highway #663 regional
North to community of Calstock
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Roadside Highway Turnout Rest Area
Shekak River.
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Junction of Highway #631 regional
South to Nagagamsis Provincial Park. Nagagamisis has 100 non-electrical, roomy, flat and private campsites in two campgrounds. Campsites are close to vault toilets and drinking water taps. Bedwash Campground has a comfort station with showers, electricity and flush toilets. Services at highway, fuel.
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179.6
Snow Plough Turnabout
Paved
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Provincial Road Side Highway Turnout (Pitopiko River)
South side of highway
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185.6
Point of Interest
Crossing the Ontario, Fraser River
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Snow Plough Turnabout
Paved, south side of highway
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View from highway
Driving west on the northern Trans Canada Highway.
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211.0
Snow Plough Turnabout
Paved. Both sides of highway
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Snow Plough Turnabout
Both sides of highway. paved
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214.6
Point of Interest
Crossing the Ontario, Pagwachuan River. The Pagwachuan river, is a Cree name, for shallow river. The pagwachuan river, is one of the largest rivers in northern Ontario.
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Snow Plough Turnabout
Both sides of highway.
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Point of Interest
East boundry of Thunder Bay District.
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Snow Plough Turnabout
Both sides of highway, gravel
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Point of Interest
Flynn Lake, Ontario.
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Roadside Highway Turnout Rest Area

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Junction of Highway #625 regional
South to community of Caramat, Ontario.
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Lukinto Lake Road

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Sky - View R V Park, Ontario
Full hookups. North side of highway
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Roadside Highway Turnout
Gravel, north side of highway.
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Lily's Bed and Breakfast, Ontario
2 kms south.
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Community of Longlac, Ontario
Picnic and Information site at this point. Longlac, Ontario is located on Ontario's, Long Lake. The presant site became part of the fur trading route used by voyageurs, and later the Hudson's Bay Company and the North West Company.
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Riverview Campground, Ontario
North of highway 1 km.
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Fish and Game Campground
North side of highway
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MacLeod Provincial Park
South of highway. The park's 85 campsites can accommodate tents and trailers. Twenty-eight have electrical service. Vault toilets and a comfort station are within easy walking distance
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Junction of Highway #584 regional
North to community of Geraldton, ON; 6kms.North to communities of Nakina, ON; Aroland, ON.
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Wintering Lake Resort, Ontario
South of highway 23 kms.
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Roadside Highway Turnout Rest Area
North side of highway.
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Snow Plough Turnabout
South side of highway.
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Community of Jellicoe, Ontario
Access from highway.
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Cedar Shores Resort, Ontario
South side of highway.
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Junction of Highway #801regional
North to community of Auden, Ontario.
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Junction of Highway #580 regional
Access to Lake Nipigon, Ontario. This lake is noted for its unusual green-black sandy beaches and tall shoreline cliffs. About one billion years ago, molten rock called diabase oozed up through cracks in the earth's crust. The diabase contained a dark green mineral called pyroxene. much of this diabase eventually settled to the bottom of Lake Nipigon. Today, it continues to be washed ashore by wave action, forming the black sandy beaches for which the lake is known.
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Community of Beardmore, Ontario
All services. In the mid-1900s, the town prospered from a mine operation that contained gold deposits. Its local landmark is a giant, wooden snowman structure.
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Snow Plough Turnabout
West side of highway.
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Roadside Highway Turnout
Gravel, Pit toilets. East side of highway
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Access to community of Macdiarmid, Ontario
West of highway.
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Snow Plough Turnabout
East side of highway
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View from highway
Driving west on the Northern Trans Canada Highway.
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Roadside Highway Turnout
Gravel. west side of highway.
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View from highway
Driving west on the northern Trans Canada Highway.
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Roadside Highway Turnout
Gravel turnout. West side of highway.
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Roadside Highway Turnout Rest Area
East side of highway.
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Roadside Highway Turnout with observation point
no services.
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Roadside Highway Turnout
Paved
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Junction of Highway #17 Trans Canada Highway
Community of Lake Helen, Ontario. NOTE highway #17 overlaps highway #11 at this point. - For highway travel east or west via Ontario Highway #17 - The Trans Canada Highway - See Highway Travel guide Thunder Bay, Ontario To Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario, for highway driving directions

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Town of Nipigon, Ontario
All services. Nipigon, Ontario, is located on the most northern point of Lake Superior and situated along the west side of the Ontario Nipigon River. Attractions in and around Nipigon, Ontario. - St. Sylvester Roman Catholic Church. This is the oldest church in the Nipigon area. Built in 1877, services are still celebrated at this historic site. - Nipigon Hiking Trail. One can walk along the hiking trail that links the communities of Nipigon and Red Rock. - The World Famous Ontario Nipigon River. This river is famous for having very large Brook Trout. The world's largest brook trout was caught in the Nipigon River just below Rabbit Rapids weighing in at 14 lbs. 8 oz. Brook trout from 5 lbs. to 8 lbs. are caught each year. The River has other fish including walleye, rainbow trout, lake trout, coho, chinook, pink salmon, whitefish and perch. - Nipigon's, Historical Walking Tour 2.6 kilometres. All Sites are accessible by road. You can pick up your map the the Museum or at the Town Office.
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Town of Nipigon, Ontario
West to city of Thunder Bay, Ontario. North to Kapuskasing, Ontario. East to Sault ste. Marie, Ontario. Start / Finish of Highway Travel Guide - e