Sunset Country

Sunset Country

Sunset Country is a premier fishing destination with over 70,000 freshwater lakes and rivers teeming with fish. Its also a land of boreal forest inhabited by moose, bear, deer and eagles and home to big skies and splendid sunsets that give the destination its name.

Sunset Country has the best wilderness experience Canada has to offer. From budget-friendly housekeeping-style resorts to full American Plan lodges, there’s something to suit every taste and budget.

Map of Sunset Country

Where is Sunset Country?

Sunset Country is bordered by the state of Minnesota to the south and the province of Manitoba to the north.

Sunset Country is less than a day’s drive from America's midwest. Visitors can fly into Thunder Bay International Airport and connect to a regional flight or drive to your destination.

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Things to do in Sunset Country

Visit a mansion in the wilderness

Only accessible by snowmobile, plane, boat or canoe White Otter Castle was single-handedly built by one man.

See the world’s smallest chapel

Located in Emo, the Norlund Chapel is recognized as the world’s smallest operational church.

Enjoy winter activities

Located on the shores of Rainy River, Fort Frances has a fully-developed waterfront with snowmobiling trails, ice skating rinks and curling pitches.

Backcountry adventure

Quetico Park is Ontario’s very first designated wilderness class park that delivers premiere backcountry paddling and fishing adventure.

Shop for fishing and hunting supplies

Bobby's Sport Shop in Vermilion Bay has been a popular vacation destination for anglers and hunters for over 50 years. They provide clothing, giftware and a basic line of groceries.

Points of interest

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Last updated: July 15, 2024

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