Geraldton is located in Ontario’s Superior Country’s Municipality of Greenstone. Turning onto Highway 11 at Nipigon, the unspoiled beauty of Greenstone unfolds. Camping , long sand beaches, breathtaking trails, wilderness canoeing and more await. Greenstone, “Natures Hometown”, is a largely undiscovered jewel just off the Trans-Canada Highway 17. There aren’t as many hills on his highway so it’s easier on gas! Turn down Highway 631 until White River to connect back to the Circle Tour. Geraldton has a population of 4,636 and was founded in 1937.
This area is most well-known for exquisite fishing and hunting with being in the heart of nature’s hometown. There are multiple fish derbies that take part in the summer months. Geraldton is also known for being the home of Greenstone Fire a large organization that works to help control forest fires all throughout Canada. Their base is in Geraldton and they have fire crews that fly throughout the country. Some of the main things to do are hike, fish, visit Geraldton’s Interpretive Center and more. RVers and other travelers of the Lake Superior Circle Tour have seen just how magnificent the North Shore region can be. But why not try something a little different this year? Take an extra day or two and explore this natural paradise.