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December 17th, 2020

Beaver Bay

Beaver Bay is located in Minnesota’s Lake County sits along U.S. highway 61 and is near Beaver Bay leading out into Superior. Beaver Bay has a population of 181 and was founded in 1856. This area is most well known for being small but warm and friendly community with a lot of shops and unique […]

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December 17th, 2020

Terrace Bay

Terrace Bay is located in Ontario’s Superior Country Region. Terrace Bay sits along highway 17, has a population of 1,611 and was founded in 1959. Terrace Bay is not your run-of-the-mill town, along the north coast of Lake Superior on the Trans-Canada Highway. Terrace Bay is one of the prettiest towns in Northern Ontario. Sporting […]

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December 17th, 2020

Silver Bay

Silver Bay is located in Minnesota’s Lake County. The main routes in Silver Bay are Highway 61, Outer Drive and Penn Boulevard. The city has a population of 1,776 and was founded in 1954. Silver Bay is known for its amazing trail systems – Gitchi Gami Bike Trail, Superior National Hiking Trail, cross-country ski trails, […]

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December 17th, 2020

Marathon

Marathon is located in Ontario’s Superior Country. This community sits along Highway 17 and is just past Neys Provincial Park nestled approximately midpoint between the cities of Thunder Bay and Sault Ste Marie. Marathon has a population of 3,273 and originally began as Peninsula a railway community. This area is most well-known for the indigenous […]

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December 17th, 2020

Schroeder

Schroeder is located in Minnesota’s Cook County. This small community was named for John Schroeder, a lumber baron, who in 1895, started the Schroeder Lumber Company near the Cross River. It was once one of the largest lumber retailers in the United States! The nearby camp had a reputation for good living conditions, fair wages, […]

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December 17th, 2020

Manitouwadge

Manitouwadge is located in Ontario’s Superior Country on Highway 614, 31 miles (50 kms) off of Highway 17. It has a population of 1,937 was incorporated in 1975. Encompassed by the magnificent boreal forest and surrounding lakes, this community offers a wide range of outdoor adventure opportunities. Hike the well maintained Perry Lake Trail, paddle […]

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December 17th, 2020

Tofte

Tofte is located in Minnesota’s Cook County. It is a lovely harbor community of 226 and is nestled on the beautiful and rugged shore of Lake Superior on a rocky outcropping called Bluefin Bay along Highway 61. John and Andrew Tofte and brother in law, Hans Engelson, first came to Lake Superior’s North shore in […]

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December 17th, 2020

White River

White River is located in Ontario’s Algoma Country region. White River sits along highway 17 and is near Obatanga Provincial Park. White River has a population of 645 and was established as of 1885. Originally referred to as Snowbank, White River was developed as a stopover work camp community for the Canadian Railroad. With the […]

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December 17th, 2020

Lutsen

Lutsen is located in Minnesota’s Cook County. It is nestled along one of the most scenic stretches of Lake Superior along Highway 61 in the heart of the Sawtooth Mountains. Lutsen has a population of 360 and was founded in the 1880s. Boasting cool, clear, fresh, pollen free air, this region attracts many visitors each […]

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December 17th, 2020

Grand Portage

Grand Portage is located in Minnesota’s Cook County along U.S. highway 61 on the north shore of Lake Superior. Grand Portage has a population of 718 and was founded in 1854. Grand Portage – the Great Rendezvous Place – is the perfect destination for year-round recreation and entertainment. Whatever your tastes, the abundance of natural […]

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December 17th, 2020

Kakabeka

Kakabeka is located in Ontario’s Superior Country within the township of Oliver Paipoonge. The village of Kakabeka’s name is derived from the nearby Kakabeka Falls waterfall just minutes away and 19.8 miles (32 km) west of Thunder Bay. Kakabeka Falls is the second tallest waterfall in Ontario and is often referred to as “the Niagara […]

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December 17th, 2020

Dryden

Dryden is located in Ontario’s Sunset Country region. Dryden sits along Highway 17 and is near Wabigoon Lake. Dryden has a population of 7,749 and was founded in 1985. This area is most well known for being an agricultural community and some of the most popular things to do are cross the Wabigoon suspension bridge, […]

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