Labyrinth On Site
Labyrinth 45 ft labyrinth at 17 Second St. The ancient practice of “Circling to the Center” involves entering to the left and following the path to the center. The same path is used to return to the outside. The center is a beautiful piece of amethyst and barite from a local mine. For many walkers the labyrinth becomes a metaphor for the journey for life; for other walkers it is simply an opportunity for fun and exercise.
On Site Peace Pole
Peace Poles symbolize the oneness of humanity and our common wish for a world at peace and stands as a silent visual for peace to prevail on earth. This particular peace pole was created by Hole in the Rock Creations. You can view other creative Hole in the Rock Creations by appointment or chance; call 887-2718.
Historical Walking Tour
Skandia House is on the Nipigon Historical Walking Tour. Take a 25 minute jaunt through time. Guide books sold on site.
Paddle to the Sea Park
Holland C. Holland’s famous story of the little wooden canoe launched on the shores of Nipigon now celebrates a 13 interactive, educational station children’s park at the back door of Skandia House. Guided tours offered by BdaC – call 887-0046 or 887-3133 Skandia House/Silver Collection.
Nipigon Marina
5 minute jaunt to marina for kayaking, boating and picnicking. Check out the Rotary Peace Pole by the water.
Nipigon on Lake Superior
Call Epic Adventures for excursion information and rates 887-1008 for hiking, kayaking and more or visit
North Shore Golf Course
Call 887- 2006 for more information.
Land of Nipigon Waterways Hiking Trail
8 km hiking trail from Nipigon Marina to Red Rock – some of the most spectacular views of Lake Superior and Northwestern Ontario.
Karhu Ski Trails
Quiet, well groomed trails. Call Seppo for more info 887-0408.
Rendezvous Ski Trails
Lovely trails through gentle hills and birch groves.
For more information visit
Great Northern Alpaca Ranch and Gift Shop
Visit Beth’s “boys” – just behind Tourist Info on the highway.
Visit for more information.
49 Cumberland St. Thunder Bay, ON 345-4225
Step into a calm, creative environment with beautiful specialty clothing lines, jewellery as well as hair design.
Fishing and Hunting
Nipigon is the home of the world record 14.5 lb Brook Trout caught on the Nipigon River in 1916. Guides and touring available.
For more information on the region and local events call 887-3188 or visit

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