In Search of the White Moose, Waterfalls, and Wilderness Adventure in Timmins

This region offers delightfully diverse ways to enjoy the forest wilderness and many local lakes. Whether you want a guided, overnight “glamping” trip or just a relaxing afternoon canoeing the difficult rapids or a placid river, Timmins can deliver.

With an airport serviced by Bearskin Airlines and Air Canada, and the Northland Express Train that can bring you here from Toronto and other southern Ontario locations, there’s no excuse not to head north.

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Morning

The rivers and plentiful lakes around Timmins are the perfect place to dip your paddle, whether you’re a novice or looking for an adventure. You can...

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Lunch

If you’re looking for an treat after a day outdoors, try one of the soft serve cones at Pine Street Dairy Bar in downtown Timmins. Checkered floors ...

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Afternoon

Take a wilderness tour arranged through Cedar Meadows Resort. At 3 pm or 7 pm ride in an open air vehicle through the resort’s 275 acres of woods as...

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Dinner

After a day of exercise, this resort’s hearty dinner menu is just the ticket. Offerings include smoked pickerel, truffle-stuffed chicken, and a rack...

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Evening

Head over to Hollinger Park in downtown Timmins for outdoor concerts on Wednesday evenings from June through August. ...

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Accommodation

Just a little northwest of downtown Timmins, this outdoors resort has rustic décor and plenty of opportunities to enjoy northern wildlife and natural...

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