Points of Interest

Government Docks
Government Docks is located downtown Red Lake and includes a public boat launch and docks.
51.0248
-93.82022
86 Howey Street
Red Lake
Market & Events Pavilion
The Market & Events Pavilion was opened in December 2019. This facility provides an inclusive all-weather venue for multiple events & activities including a heated change room and restroom facilities.
51.01630145
-93.82199035
10 Hammell Road

Red Lake
Miss McKenzie II Ferry Dock
Miss McKenzie II: McKenzie Island's seasonal link to the mainland. This ferry transports people and goods from the mainland to their homes and cottages on McKenzie Island during the summer.  When the lake freezes people either walk or drive to the island.
51.0746947
-93.814816
End of Hwy. 125N

Cochenour

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Red Lake Airport
The Red Lake Municipal Airport and the J.E.J. Fahlgren Terminal provide year-round all-weather air transport services to residents and visitors alike.
N51.04.02
W93.47.35
2508 Hwy 125

Cochenour
Rahill Beach
Rahill Beach features swimming, a playground, beach volleyball area, picnic area, washrooms, and tennis courts.
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-93.80794

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Kinsmen Beach
This beach features swimming, a picnic area and washroom facilities.
51.013016
-93.8088578
St. Paul's Bay

Red Lake
Keesic Beach
This beach is the location of the Red Lake Anishinaabe Pow Wow held annually in June.
51.013016
-93.8088578
St Paul's Bay

Red Lake
Cochenour Beach
Cochenour Beach features a sandy beach for swimming and a public boat launch.
51.077321
-93.811991
Off Cochenour Crescent

Cochenour
Phillip Thomas Vinet
Centennial Park
The Phillip Thomas Vinet Centennial Park is located adjacent to the Red Lake Recreation Centre. This park features a splash pad, outdoor basketball court, baseball field and skateboard park.
51.01630145
-93.82199035
10 Hammell Road

Red Lake
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Woodland Caribou
Provincial Park
The Woodland Caribou Provincial Park is home to almost 2,000 km. of maintained canoe route on a variety of lakes and rivers. It boasts two major river systems - the Gammon and Bloodvein Rivers. This park has one of the largest populations of woodland Caribou south of Hudson Bay. 
51.07764539
-94.82025146
227 Howey Street

Red Lake
Pimachiowin Aki
UNESCO World Heritage Site
The Bloodvein River located in Woodland Caribou Provincial Park is designated a world heritage river and is part of the Pimachiowin Aki. This UNESCO World Heritage Site is known for both its cultural and natural importance. Open year-round this area is home to pictographs and excellent fishing.
51.07764539
-94.82025146
Red Lake Sub-Office                     
c/o Red Lake Regional Heritage Centre       
51A ON-105
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Red Lake
Golf & Country Club
 The Red Lake Golf and Country Club is Ontario’s most northerly 18 golf course. It is located on 88 remarkable acres of “immaculately-groomed fairways, natural lakes and ponds, rugged boreal forest ridges and bulrush streams.” Amenities include; a pro-shop, a restaurant, and lounge & bar facilities. Check their website to view everything this golf course has to offer.
51.0164992
-93.814784
1541 ON-125, ON

Balmertown
Erle Crull
Rock & Mineral Collection
The Erle Crull Rock and Mineral Collection are located in the Municipality of Red Lake office in Balmertown. This collection features 2,600 specimens of rock and minerals from around the world.
51.05720664
-93.74542617
 2 5th St
Municipality Of Red Lake
Balmertown
Red Lake
Regional Heritage Centre
The Red Lake Regional Heritage Centre (RLRHC) serves the region in the areas of history and culture. It also serves as a learning centre for everyone. This destination point welcomes both locals and visitors.  Be sure to take the time to check their website to view the availability of both permanent and special limited-time exhibits.   
51.01354549
-93.82167452
51A ON-105

Red Lake
West Red Lake Mining Museum (requires boat)
The West Red Lake Mining Museum celebrates the 1930's gold rush and the unique individuals who lived it. Exhibits at the museum change as new materials are found. 
51.0244
-94.18729
enid@redlaker.ca

Red Lake

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West Red Lake Gold Rush Tour

Self-guided tour (requires boat) 
Follow the GPS coordinates found on the map to the right to boat to 25 historical sites related to the West Red Lake Gold Rush.   
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enid@redlaker.ca  
West Red Lake Gold Rush Tour Map
 
Norseman Park 
The Norseman Park is home to an authentic Noordyn Norseman aircraft located in a scenic outlook looking over Red Lake's historic Howey Bay. Take the time to read the story of the Norseman plane found on the interpretive panel found in the park. You are still able to watch floatplanes land and takeoff from this lookout. Better yet, book a scenic flight on a float plane.
51.013016
-93.8088578
150-174 Howey St

Red Lake

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