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Kenora’s roots are a rich tapestry of old-world traditions and modern Canadian multiculturalism. It is home to the award-winning Lake of the Woods Museum, the Douglas Family Arts Centre, the MS Kenora, Grace Ann II, Anishinaabe Park, and one of its most recognizable features, Husky the Muskie, which sits on the most northern point of Lake of the Woods. In the summer months, the Whitecap Pavilion, along the Harbourfront, is home to concerts, festivals, a weekly market, and other community events; in the winter it transforms into a brightly lit free outdoor skating rink.
Year-round events abound throughout the region including fishing derbies, arts festivals, markets, Indigenous community pow wows, and other events that showcase a lively, welcoming mix of culture, recreation and community.
Kenora’s surrounding areas offers endless wealth of natural and community attractions. Sioux Narrows-Nestor Falls, located on the most Eastern shores of Lake of the Woods, are a full-service communities on picturesque Lake of the Wood and is an ideal place to raise a family, plan your retirement or have a cottage. Offering tourism, cultural development and spectacular lakes, the area has something for everyone to explore.
The opportunities are truly endless for those looking to live, work and play here, and those ready to sell and optimize their real estate investment.
Kenora is located 45km from the Manitoba border and 200km from the U.S. border, making it an easily accessible destination for residents and travellers.
Our Kenora/Sioux Narrows Team
Dana Svane, Office Manager
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