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    Junction of Highway #17 Trans Canada Highway - City of North Bay
    City of North Bay, ON. North to Timmons,ON; Kapuskasing, ON. East to Pembroke, ON, Ottawa, ON. East to Sudbury, ON. - Attractions in and around North Bay, ON. - The Chief Commanda II; a 320-passenger, twin hull vessel that is especially designed for cruising Lake Nipissing. - Dionne Quintuplets Museum. Housing in the original Dionne homestead, the museum offers many artifacts from the Quint's early days and their growing years. - Heritage Railway Company Mini-Train; This miniature railway is located near the waterfront runs on 2700 feet of 15' gauge track. - Discovery North Bay Community Museum & Heritage Center. This museum features North Bay's heritage preservation and education. - North Bay's Heritage Carousel, beautiful carousels and miniature railway at North Bay's Waterfront. - North Bay Water Front, swimming, boating and fishing.
    0.2
    0.3
    Access to North Bay, ON.
    East side of highway
    3.3
    5.3
    Point of Interest
    Crossing Duchesnay Creek, ON. Access to Duchesnay Falls, located on Duchesnay Creek. The falls area has a paved parking lot with hiking trails leading to the falls.
    10.1
    16.3
    Roadside Highway Turnout
    West side of highway, paved.
    20.2
    32.5
    View from highway
    Driving west on the Ontario Northern Trans Canada Highway.
    20.8
    33.5
    Community of Tilden Lake, ON.
    Access from highway. Tilden Lake, ON. was a timber mill in the 1920s to the '40s. Summer activities include the annual Firefighters Picnic.
    21.0
    33.8
    Roadside Highway Turnout Rest Area
    Picnic tables, toilets.
    21.1
    34.0
    Point of Interest
    Crossing the Tomiko River
    31.3
    50.4
    Beaverland Camp, ON.
    One km, north of highway. Facilities: Housekeeping Units 15 cottages.
    33.9
    54.5
    Point of Interest
    Crossing the Martin River, ON. The Martin River connects with lakes that offers, Pickerel (Walleye), Northern Pike, Lake Trout, Smallmouth Bass, Perch or pan fish.
    34.7
    55.9
    Martin River Provincial Park, ON.
    Camping, 190 campsites 62 elec sites many are located among the tall pines next to the Marten River. Each site has a picnic table and fireplace. Marten River has one group camping site that accommodates up to 125 people. There are toilets and water taps on site. This park is ideal for canoeing, boating and fishing.
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    58.0
    Junction of Highway #64
    South to communities of Field, ON: Sturgeon Falls, ON, is where the Sturgeon River runs into Lake Nipissing, ON. Attractions in Sturgeon Falls, ON. Muse Sturgeon River House Museum - Features the era of the fur trade from 1623 1879 and portray pioneer life in West Nipissing between 1978 1939.
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    60.1
    Services at Highway
    Access to Timberline Cottage Resort, east side of highway.
    37.5
    60.3
    Point of Interest
    Marian Lake, On; east side of highway. Marian Lake, offers Pickerel (Walleye), Northern Pike, Smallmouth Bass, Perch or pan fish.
    37.6
    60.5
    Grey Owl Lodge, ON.
    East side of highway
    42.1
    67.7
    Point of Interest
    Olive Lake, ON. west side of highway. Olive Lake offers, fishing for walleye , pickerel, northern pike, smallmouth bass and pan fish.
    47.7
    76.7
    Point of Interest
    Angus Lake, ON; west side of highway. fishing for walleye , pickerel, northern pike, smallmouth bass and pan fish.
    48.6
    78.2
    Services at Highway
    East side of highway.
    48.8
    78.5
    Roadside Highway Turnout
    Looking over Angus Lake, west side of highway.
    52.5
    84.5
    Shining Wood Lodge, ON.
    West side of highway
    53.8
    86.5
    Highway Pulloff
    Gravel, both sides of highway
    56.4
    90.7
    Point of Interest
    Lake Temagami, ON: West of highway. Lake Temagami comes from which means 'deep water by the shore' in the Ojibwa language. In 1834, the Hudson's Bay Company opened a fur trading post on the lake.
    57.2
    92.0
    Point of Interest
    Karol Lake, ON; west side of highway
    58.6
    94.3
    Highway Pullout
    Gravel
    61.5
    99.0
    Finlayson Point Provincial Park, ON.
    In the treed campground, the 117 campsites with 33 elec sites are secluded, some are next to the lake and all are a short walk to the beach. Each site has a fireplace and picnic table and is close to vault toilets and drinking water taps. There is a laundromat and showers
    61.7
    99.3
    Temagami Shores Inn, ON.
    Access from highway
    62.2
    100.1
    Community of Temagami, ON. - Photo Temagami visitor welcome centre
    All services. Temagami, pronounced 'Te-MAWG-a-mee' (the word is Ojibway for 'deep water by the shore'). There is approximately 1,259 numbered islands on Lake Temagami, Ontario.
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    105.4
    Point of Interest
    Met Lake, ON.
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    106.6
    Roadside Highway Turnout
    Picnic tables toilets, south side of highway
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    110.6
    Happy Holiday, ON. Campground
    Fully serviced campsites North side of highway
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    113.2
    Point of Interest
    Granite Lake, ON; south side of highway
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    133.8
    Point of Interest
    Crossing the Montreal River, ON; flows southwest into Lake Superior south of Wawa, Ontario.
    83.3
    134.0
    Community of Latchford, ON.
    Services at highway
    87.5
    140.8
    Marsh Bay Resort, ON. - March Bay Road
    East of highway
    87.6
    141.0
    Services at Highway
    Gas, diesel
    87.9
    141.5
    Junction of Highway #11b
    East to community of Cobalt, ON.
    90.1
    145.0
    Community of Haileybury, ON.
    Access from highway. Incorporated and in 1912
    97.9
    157.6
    Roadside Highway Turnout
    With senic lookout
    98.4
    158.4
    Junction of Highway #65
    Access to community of New Liskeard, ON. east of highway
    99.3
    159.8
    Community of Dymond, ON.
    Access frm highway.
    99.9
    160.7
    Junction of Highway $65 & 11b
    East to community of Notre-Dame-du-Nord Quebec, located at the northern end of Lake Timiskaming, Ontario where the Ottawa River enters into Lake Timiskaming. - Attractions in Notre-Dame-du-Nord Quebec - Notre-Dame-du-Nord Truck Rodeo which brings over 650 trucks and 60,000 spectators to the town each year. - The Lake Timiskaming Fossil Centre, this museum displays fossils of the Tmiscamingue region.
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    165.0
    Truck Inspection Station
    East side of highway
    107.3
    172.7
    Junction of Highway #569 regional
    East to community of Hillardton
    111.0
    178.7
    Junction of Highway #562 regional
    East access to community of Thornloe
    114.2
    183.8
    Roadside Highway Turnout
    Picnic tables, toilets. East side of highway
    115.9
    186.5
    Access to community of Earlton, ON.
    Services at highway
    116.6
    187.6
    Junction of Highway #571 regional

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    191.0
    Earlton, ON. Campground
    East side of highway
    122.1
    196.5
    Junction of Highways #624 & #569
    East to community of Tomstown, ON.
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    200.2
    Community of Englehart, ON.
    Attractions in and around Englehart, ON. - Kap-Kig-Iwan Park - Englehart Historical Museum: The museum originally a 1909 School House, features various displays including The Village - replicas of a general store, post office, chapel,- kitchen, parlor bedroom; schoolroom; exhibition room with scheduled art shows and museum-related exhibits. - Englehart River Trail; The trail skirts the Englehart River, where it flows down whitewater rapids, then over a waterfall.- Hill's Lake Fish Culture Station; Self guided visitor centre available - Larder River - Hilliardton Marsh Provincial Wildlife Area - Englehart Fall Fair - Englehart Festival of Flowers - Stan Martin Memorial Mud Bog Truck & ATV Competition.
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    200.6
    Point of Interest
    Crossing the Englehart River, ON. The river system offers fishing for walleye, northern pike, brook trout, lake trout, rainbow trout, splake, small mouth bass, whitefish and ling cod.
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    201.9
    Kap-Kig-Iwan Provincial Park
    No Campground day use park. The Englehart River plunges down whitewater rapids, over a waterfall (Kap-Kig-Iwan in Ojibway), past rugged rock outcrops, through deep ravines and by flats of colourful wildflowers in this picturesque park near Englehart. Hiking, birdwatching and spring fishing are excellent. Campground facilities: There are two campgrounds containing 64 campsites in all, 32 sites having electrical hook-ups, shower and washrooms facilities.
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    202.8
    Junction of Highway #560 regional
    Services at highway
    132.0
    212.4
    Roadside Highway Turnout Rest Area
    Access from highway
    137.1
    220.7
    Services at Highway
    West side of highway
    137.7
    221.6
    Junction of Highway #573 regional
    South to community of Charlton, ON.
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    222.2
    Junction of Highway #112
    North to communities of Hughes, ON, Chaput, ON; Kirkland Lake, ON. - Attractions in Kirkland Lake, ON. - Musuem of Northern History; Located at the Sir Harry Oakes Chateau, the museum features, Kirkland Lakes past history. - Hockey Heritage North; Hockey Heritage North, tells the many hockey stories about Northeastern Ontario. Minor hockey, women's hockey, old timer and industrial leagues.
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    241.5
    Junction of Highway #66 Access to Esker Lake Provincial Park
    East to communities of Swastika,ON; Kirkland Lake, ON. Access to Esker Lake Ontario Provincial Park, 46kms north. Esker Lakes offers 100 campsites, 63 of which have electrical service. Comfort stations with showers and flush toilets are centrally located. The beach with nearby playground is within walking distance of all sites.
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    242.5
    Junction of Highway #568 regional
    Community of Kenogami Lake, ON. Services at highway, gas, diesel. - Kenogami Lake is an unincorporated community in the Timiskaming, ON; District.
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    243.3
    Reeds Campground
    South 1 km.
    152.6
    245.6
    Services at Highway
    West side of highway, gas diesel
    158.5
    255.0
    Sesekinika Campground
    Access from highway
    159.4
    256.5
    Junction of Highway #570 regional
    East to community of Sesekinika
    159.7
    257.0
    Point of Interest - Road Side Highway Turnout (east side hwy)
    This landmark, which is a favorite photo spot, is located just north of Kirkland Lake on Highway 11. Waters flowing south of the height of land (318 m above sea level) flow into the Great Lakes and on to the Atlantic Ocean. North of this point, all waters flow into Hudson Bay and on to the Arctic Ocean.
    160.9
    259.0
    Roadside Highway Turnout - (photo of turnout)
    Picnic area tables, toilets. Driving west on the Ontario Northern Trans Canada Highway.
    161.5
    259.9
    Swan Lake, ON. Campground
    1 km south
    168.6
    271.4
    Services at Highway
    Fuel, diesel.
    176.7
    284.4
    Junction of Highway #572
    Community of Holtyre, ON. East to community of Ramore, ON.
    185.4
    298.3
    Roadside Highway Turnout
    With historical Plaque, explaining the great fire of 1916. North side of highway
    186.1
    299.5
    Junction of Highway #101west
    East to city of Timmons, ON. East to Kettle Lakes Provincial Park. The park has two campgrounds with 137 sites, 93 of which have electrical service. There are flush toilets, showers.
    186.2
    299.6
    Point of Interest
    Information Centre at highway
    190.1
    305.9
    Junction of Highway #101east
    East to community of Duparquet.
    191.6
    308.3
    Roadside Highway Turnout
    West side of highway
    196.3
    315.9
    Community of Val Gagne
    East of highway
    197.4
    317.6
    View from highway
    Driving west on the Ontario Northern Trans Canada Highway.
    199.2
    320.6
    Junction of Highway #577 south regional
    Community of Monteith, ON. South to community of Shillington, ON.
    199.4
    320.9
    Junction of Highway #577 north regional
    North to community of Iroquois Falls, ON. - Iroquois Falls was organized as a town in 1915. Access to RV Trailer Dumping station located on the corner of Cambridge Ave., and Industrial road. Attractions in and around Iroquois Falls - Lake Abitibi Cultural Heritage Museum; Features the history of Iroquois Falls. - The Shay locomotive steam engine; built in 1924, the engine is located at Anson Park where, it has been restored. Tours available in Iroquois Falls - Pulp and Paper Mill Tour - Combination Tour of Mill - Nighthawk Aerial Tours - Blueberry Mountain Tour
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    332.5
    Roadside Highway Turnout
    With historical information sign. on Iroquois Falls.
    207.2
    333.4
    Junction of Highway #67
    East to community of Iroquois Falls town centre.
    208.2
    335.1
    Services at Highway
    Fuel, diesel.
    209.0
    336.3
    Access to Iroquois Falls Airport
    West of highway
    210.0
    337.9
    Roadside Highway Turnout Rest Area
    Picnic tables, toilets.
    211.0
    339.6
    Community of Nellie Lake, ON
    Access from highway. Services, fuel.
    211.5
    340.4
    Junction of Highway #578 regional
    Cameron's Beach Campground, west of highway 2 kms. Located on Big Nellie Lake, ON. - Internet access service available.
    216.8
    348.9
    Community of Tunis, ON.
    Access from highway
    225.7
    363.2
    Roadside Highway Turnout Rest Area
    All facilities, south side of highway.
    230.4
    370.8
    Junction of Highway #652 Community of Cochrane, ON.
    Cochrane population 5500, all services
    232.5
    374.1
    Roadside Highway Turnout
    With historical plaque. Pit toilets, picnic tables. East side of highway
    235.8
    379.5
    Cochrane, ON. Town Centre
    All services, access to the Polar Bear express railroad. The Polar Bear Express is a Canadian passenger train operated by the Ontario Northland Railway in Northern Ontario. The Polar Bear Express departs Cochrane, Ontario, for an incredible 186-mile journey to the Arctic Tidewater at Moosonee, ON. The train operates 5 days per week year-round. During the summer months there is an additional train on Sundays.
    237.4
    382.1
    Junction of Highway #579
    North to community of Clute, ON.
    238.6
    384.0
    Roadside Highway Turnout
    North side of highway
    241.8
    389.1
    Point of Interest
    Crossing the Fredrick River
    242.5
    390.2
    Community of Fredrick House
    North of highway
    245.8
    395.6
    View from highway
    Driving west on the Ontario Northern Trans Canada Highway.
    247.9
    399.0
    Junction of Highway #668 regional
    East to Greenwater Park, Greenwater has 90 campsites in three different campgrounds, 38 of which have electrical service. All sites are equipped with picnic tables and fireplaces.
    251.0
    404.0
    Roadside Highway Turnout
    Picnic tables pit toilets, South side of highway.
    251.0
    404.0
    Roadside Highway Turnout
    Picnic tables, toilets, south side of highway
    256.1
    412.2
    Community of Driftwood, ON.
    Access from highway
    263.5
    424.0
    Roadside Highway Turnout
    Picnic tables, pit toilets, north side of highway
    271.2
    436.4
    Junction of Highway #634 regional
    Community of Smooth Rock Falls, Ontario - North to community of Brownrigg, ON. Smooth Rock Falls, lies on the Ontario Mattagami River. Attractions in Smooth Rock Falls: Smooth Truck Fest, that features truck pulls and other motorized pull contests alongside children's activities, concerts, canoe races.
    272.5
    438.5
    Smooth Rock Falls, ON.
    Access to town centre. O.P.Police detachment.
    272.9
    439.1
    Point of Interest
    Crossing the Mattagami River, Ontario. The Mattagami River is a river, flowing 440 km north from its source southwest of the city of Timmins, Ontario where it joins the Missinaibi, ON. River; both rivers empty into James Bay, ON; via the Moose River, ON.
    273.9
    440.7
    Forget Me Not Bed and Breakfast, ON.
    South side of highway
    277.8
    447.0
    Roadside Highway Turnout
    Picnic tables, toilets. North side of highway
    280.3
    451.0
    Community of Departure Lake, ON.
    Services at highway. Departure Lake is an unincorporated community.
    283.0
    455.4
    Community of Strickland, ON.
    Access from highway.
    287.6
    462.9
    Community of Gregoire's Mill, ON.
    Access from highway.
    291.1
    468.4
    Community of FauquierGregoires Mill
    Access from highway.
    291.9
    469.8
    Point of Interest
    Crossing the Groundhog River, Ontario
    297.2
    478.2
    Junction of Highway #581 regional - Access to Rene Brunelle Provincial Park
    Community of Moonbeam. Rene Brunelle Provincial Park. East Bay Campground has 78 campsites, 60 of which have electrical service. All are within easy access of a comfort station with flush toilets, showers and laundry facilities. A base for bush pilots for 20 years, much of Remi Lake near Kapuskasing is now a park with four fine sandy beaches,
    298.3
    480.0
    Services at Highway
    Fuel
    304.3
    489.7
    Community of Kitigan, Ontario
    Access from highway.
    307.4
    494.7
    Point of Interest
    East corporate limits of Kapuskasing, Ontario. Kapuskasing is the largest community located directly along Highway 11 between Thunder Bay and Temiskaming Shores. During World War I, the town was the site of an internment camp that held over 1,200 German, Austrian, Ukrainian, and Turkish prisoners.
    308.2
    496.0
    Services at Highway
    Fuel
    309.2
    497.6
    Ontario Provincial Police Detachment
    Access from highway.
    310.9
    500.4
    Town of Kapuskasing, Ontario
    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.
    311.9
    502.0
    Point of Interest
    Crossing the Kapuskasing River. Start / Finish of Highway Travel Guide, for continuance of this highway west; See Milebymile.com Section #4 Highway Travel Guide The Trans Canada Highway - Kapuskasing, Ontario to Nipigon, Ontario, for driving directions. -e