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A panoramic view of the Kenora waterfront. Kenora and


Lake of the Woods Summer is just the start


Kenora with some of the best and most unique boating ex- periences in North America. You may know Kenora for its summer staples of boating, beaches and relaxation, but it does not end there. Kenora offers exciting and unique experiences year-round. No matter what season you visit, you will find something to do here. Come to one of our special events, go on a culinary exploration of our restaurants and don’t miss our vast trail systems. Special events bring vibrancy to our community. Each Wednesday from mid-June to October we host the


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largest Northern Ontario farmers’ market under the White- cap Pavilion. Join over 100 vendors who attend weekly, creat- ing a fun and well-stocked shopping and dining experience. After you’ve done some shopping visit one of our many local restaurants offering locally produced food and beverage op- tions on a year-round basis. Lake of the Woods Brewing Company is a must-stop if you want to try local, craft beer made from Lake of Te Woods’ pristine water. Te beer is delicious and is served in the brew- ery’s adjoining taproom and eatery. Kenora is also home to one of Ontario’s signature experiences, the Grace Anne II yacht and lodge. Here, guests are treated to exceptional Lake of the Woods hospitality and dining. Te annual Winter Bites Festival which takes place during the month of February is one of our most flavourful events. Enjoy the culinary offerings showcased by our local restau- rants as they highlight their tantalizing dishes for residents and visitors alike. A wide variety of community, artistic and musical event of-


ferings bring a distinct cultural vibrancy to Kenora all year long. Tey are certainly not to be missed.


elcome to Kenora, situated beside the beau- tiful waters of Lake of the Woods. With 14,522 islands and 105,000 kilometres of shoreline, Lake of the Woods provides


The 40-foot-tall Husky the Muskie welcomes visitors to Kenora.


In Kenora, visitors are also encouraged to “take a hike” Boasting four stunning regional trails and five exceptional local


trails, it is easy for visitors to get out and experience the magnifi- cent nature of Kenora on a year-round basis. After all, our


All photos courtesy of Northern Ontario Tourism.


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