Bordered by Lake Nipissing to the north, the Georgian Bay shoreline to the west, and Algonquin Park, Ontario’s biggest and oldest Provincial Park, to the east, the Port Loring to Restoule region is a huge area that contains over 8000 square km.
Made up of diverse municipalities that comprise numerous little towns and villages providing a sense of community and quaint, rural charm, The region is also home to Ontario’s largest white-tailed deer herd.
With its wide open spaces of mixed-growth forests, rolling hills and valleys, and rugged crags, and hundreds of pristine lakes and rivers, the area is a haven for fishers, hunters, and outdoor aficionados of all kinds.
While snowmobiling, dog sledding and ice fishing are popular in the winter, summertime hobbies include boating, canoeing, kayaking, and fishing for the oftentimes monstrous musky.
Each of the destination communities are also on the Ontario Federation Snowmobile Trail System, which supplies over 300 kilometres of perfect wintertime recreation on impeccably groomed trails.