Discover the best top things to do in Kenora District, United States including Red Lake Outfitters Inc., Nestor Falls Fly-In Outposts, Rushing River Provincial Park, Sir Sam's Ski & Bike, Husky The Muskie, Sioux Narrows Provincial Park, Tunnel Island Trail, M.S. Kenora Cruise Boat.
5.0 based on 62 reviews
My trip to the Olive Lake Eco Lodge was definitely a once in a lifetime experience. Harlan and everyone at Red Lake Outfitters were so helpful and set us up with everything we could ever need. We flew to the lodge by float plane and it was so much fun and gives you a birds eye view of just how vast, wild and beautiful Woodland Caribou Provincial Park is. Then to be dropped off at a beautiful lodge with all the amenities and luxuries of home felt like a dream! We had faster wifi than I get at home! There was a hot shower, satellite TV, a full kitchen... I can't think of any other place on earth that you could be in such a remote and wild place but with all the comforts of home. The sunsets and scenery were breathtaking, the fishing was unreal, I have never caught so many fish! We went canoeing, explored surrounding lakes with the motor boat, swam off the sandy beach, had bonfires by the beach, cooked fresh caught walleye at the outdoor gazebo kitchen... it was a 5 star resort just for us! Harlan at Red Lake Outfitters was so knowledgeable on the area and shared a lot of history of the forest and shared tips and facts on everything from fishing to wild edibles. I can't say enough awesome things about my trip... it was truly the best of both worlds. When you combine extreme remote wilderness with luxurious cottage life you get the Olive Lake Eco Lodge!
5.0 based on 40 reviews
Nestor Falls Fly-In Outposts offers first-class remote fly-in fishing trips on picturesque lakes in the wilderness of Ontario, Canada. For over 25 years, our family-run business has been the choice of anglers looking for complete quality, personalized fishing and hunting vacations in Northern Ontario.
4.5 based on 194 reviews
This Park is great for either Camping or just coming for the day to enjoy the falls! Great location and highly recommended! Enjoy!
4.5 based on 51 reviews
For the past few years we come up to the area over the week of New Years. We have been coming to Sir Sam's for the past 3-4 years and it's a gem of of place to ski. Reasonable rates, friendly staff, lots of hills/lifts and good food.
4.5 based on 114 reviews
This is a fabulous view of the waterfront in Kenora. Husky is a great marker for a meeting and the lawns and flowers always well kept
4.5 based on 13 reviews
I hiked the 7.5 km Tunnel Island Trail (Loops A and B) on July 27, 2020. The terrain was rugged and rocky as it passed through peaceful forests with scenic lake views in the gorgeous Canadian Shield. This was such a beautiful hike! The trail began on a wide gravel path and continued past a bridge to where Loop A began on the right side. The trail followed through mostly shaded pine forest and along the edge of the lake which offered so many gorgeous views along the way! There were lots of rocks and roots and some ups and downs, which made it interesting and provided a bit of a challenge. Loop A eventually connected with Loop B to form one large loop around the perimeter of the island. The scenery was so amazing along the entire way. There was a MAJOR hazard about 4.3 km into the hike - a massive scots pine tree had recently fallen across the trail. The only way to get around was to bypass around the tip of the tree and back to the trail which involved some bushwhacking through forest. There were some pretty and serene swimming spots with nice sand at some points along the lake which would be great on a hot day. Closer to the end of the hike, the trail passed through a section of open meadows with beautiful wildflowers before re-entering the forest and meeting up with the original loop. The trail was well marked. There were some offshoot trails along the way so it was helpful to check the AllTrails map. The elevation gain was around 200 metres in total (not 75 metres as listed here). This hike took me just under 3 hours to complete. Continue past the first small parking area down the road a short way to the second larger parking lot. The trail begins from here to the left of the map. There are no outhouses at the trailhead. The bugs were almost non-existent! There were a few mosquitoes but they weren’t vicious. This was such a wonderful hike and I can’t wait to return again!
4.0 based on 66 reviews
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