Area Local Attractions
Chief Commanda II Cruise
Located in North Bay, these cruises are perfect for day trips! There are 4 great trips, all exploring the beautiful Lake Nipissing. Choose from a Manitou Island cruise, French River cruise, Callander Bay/Sunset cruise, or North Shore Scenic cruise.
Cobalt Silver Mines and Museum
Learn about the social and cultural life of the Cobalt Camp, and explore mining and prospecting artifacts. Look in awe at florescent rocks, and the world’s largest display of native Silver Ore. Authentic silver jewellery and souvenirs available.
Take flight in an authentic seaplane! Aerial tours and scenic flights all around Temagami are available; you can even go fishing and canoeing in remote areas of Lake Temagami.
Temagami Summer Market
Located in the Train Station parking lot, enjoy browsing the booths of entrepreneurs from around the town selling a variety of goods.
Previous markets have offered anything from home baked bread, jams and cookies, fresh produce, handmade crafts, to candles. There have also been Mennonite sausage and burgers vendors, booths for yard-sale items, book sales, souvenirs and much, much more.
There are many events happening year round in Temagami, such as the Blueberry festival, and the Wild Game Dinner. Check out the Temagami website for a comprehensive list!
Climb the Temagami Fire Tower and see The Endless Old Growth Forest.
Let the beauty of nature surround you on your snowmobiling journey. Whether it’s a fast paced adrenaline rush, or a timeless, relaxed exploration, discover winter in the Near North region by traveling through these extensive trails!
District 11 covers Temagami and North Bay, while District 14 covers New Liskeard. For more information about the trails in general, trail conditions, or to get a permit, visit the Ontario Federation of Snowmobile Clubs’ website.
For information specific to Temagami trails (over 165 km!) call Snowmobile Trails – Temagami Trails Inc. at 705-569-2554 or 1-888-668-4444.
Explore the Caribou Mountain / Nastawgan / White Bear Forest Trails.