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Fort Frances Specialty Attractions

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BulletThe Hallett
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The Hallet is a logging boat that was used to haul logs on Rainy Lake until 1974. It was restored by the Fort Frances Museum and can be viewed at Pither's Point Park.
BulletFort Frances Murals
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Fort Frances visitors can view the history of the area in its murals painted on its many side-street walls and buildings. Themes include early settlers and the beginnings of the paper mill industry in the region.
BulletRainy Lake Mermaid
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Statue was constructed by Gordon A. Schlichting in 1932 and is fabricated out of steel rods, old boat propellers and cement. The mermaid sits upon a rock in the centre of Rainy Lake.
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