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Lake of the Woods is one of the world’s largest inland, freshwater lakes with over 14,000 islands and 65,000 miles of shoreline. As a small municipality, we pride ourselves on our community spirit. Spend your summers on the lake and in the sun or cozy up to a fire in the winter and realize why this area is one of Canada’s best kept secrets.

Canoe RoutesCanoe Routes
Pelicans enjoying the sun on a rock island
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Similar to kayaking canoeing allows you to glide along in the water exploring the shore line.

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Heritage, Arts, and CultureHeritage, Arts, and Culture
Water plane display
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From pictographs to podcasts, our natural and built environs are yours to explore.

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Places to EatPlaces to Eat
Fish dinner with lemon wedge
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Check out our local eateries for some delicious food paired with great company in a casual and welcoming atmosphere.

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Places to SeePlaces to See
Boat cruising past a cliff
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What are the sights to be seen in our neck of the woods?

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Places to StayPlaces to Stay
Private cottage by the lake
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Explore the natural splendour of the forest, wildlife and lakes unique to the Township of Sioux Narrows-Nestor Falls.

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The Great OutdoorsThe Great Outdoors
Overlooking a calm lake
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Pristine lakes, rock cliffs and towering trees in untouched forests await the outdoor enthusiast in Sioux Narrows and Nestor Falls.

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Visitor InformationVisitor Information
Sioux Narrows bridge
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Find out where you can get more information about Sioux Narrows & Nestor Falls.

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