Sunset Country Trip Planner
Welcome to Sunset Country!
Sunset Country encompasses the most northwestern section of Ontario, bordered by the state of Minnesota to the south and the province of Manitoba to the west. Often described as having more lakes than residents, visitors flock to this part of Ontario for its range of outdoor pursuits, including angling, hunting and kayaking. However, there are several communities that offer a multitude of attractions. The largest town in the region is Kenora, located on the northern shore of Lake of the Woods, a popular houseboating destination. Kenora is also known for its murals, beaches, shopping and festivals. Dryden is home to Maximillian Moose, the town mascot, and a wealth of fishing and hunting lodges. The parks of Sunset Country, including Quetico Provincial Park and Woodland Caribou Provincial Park, are reputed as wild and untouched, perfect for wilderness canoeing, rugged, backcountry hiking and camping.
Goldseekers Canoe Outfitting is a family-operated, full service canoe outfitter based in the historic gold rush town of Red Lake.
Location: Red Lake, Ontario