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Blind River Travel Guide

Blind River is found about half way between the two major centres of Sudbury and Sault Ste. Marie. Situated right on the TransCanada Highway 17, it's easy to find and easy to get to. Around 4 million travelers a year find their way through Blind River. Because of this steady stream of visitors Blind River has good facilities for shopping and doing business, there are restaurants and fast food places, and there are great places to stay and fun things to do.

The small town of 4000 people offers great fishing and angling, ice fishing, golfing, hunting, swimming, hiking, skiing, canoe trips, "fly-in" possibilities, bird watching, wildlife photography opportunities, snowmobiling, and lots of fresh air and sunshine.

There is a marine park in Blind River with facilities for boaters. You'll find barbecue pits, horseshoe pits, food services, full dock services, personal stations, lounge, weekly events, and what many people say is some of the most scenic sailing in the world. This marina is one of the most modern and best harbour complexes in the province. Blind River also has a village museum, gift shops, a Regional Travel Centre right on the highway, and everything from first class hotel rooms, rustic campgrounds, to bed & breakfast homes.

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Timber Village Museum , Blind River
Timber Village Museum

Showcases the rich history and heritage of the people of Blind River and local North Channel Communities.

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