Edible and medicinal Wild plants and mushrooms
Wild Life and Bird Watching
Located on Front Street by the Library and Town office. The buildings exterior has a mural depicting the history of Nipigon with an additional historical mural located at the Tourist Information Center.
Although the orgiginal world record Brook Trout was burned in the fire there are still remnants and replicas at the Museum.
The Museum holds many artifacts from the different stages in Nipigon and the areas development. Displays are changed from time to time.
The museum is open summer months daily from 11am to 8pm. during non-open times tours can be arranged by contacting
Land of Nipigon Travelers Map
GPS Enabled Smartmap (Requires Avenza Offline Map App) PDF downloadable Version of the Land of Nipigon. Complete with fishing locations, things to do, things to see.
2020 Land of Nipigon Adventure Guide
The 2020 printed version of the Land of Nipigon will be available for shipping to US and Canada in January 2020.
The cost will be set at $10 including shipping.
If you would like to reserve your copy email firstname.lastname@example.org