Nature Trails near Sioux Lookout, Ontario

Welcome to Sioux Lookout, Hub of the North!

Halfway between Thunder Bay, Ontario and Winnipeg, Manitoba, and located north of the Trans-Canada Highway, Sioux Lookout sits nestled on the lakeshores of Pelican, Abram and Lac Seul with the rugged Canadian Shield as our backdrop.

The Municipality of Sioux Lookout is a close-knit community where everyone is important. Living here means enjoying an excellent quality of life and the amenities of a larger city paired with the friendly support of a small town. As the Hub of the North, we connect 29 remote Northern communities to healthcare, essential services and more.

We are connected to destinations across Canada and beyond by air, rail, road and water. In our community residents get involved. Sioux Lookout is home to many annual festivals and events throughout the year as well as a lively arts and culture scene. For you and your family, living in a safe, healthy community with ample opportunity is a priority. Sioux Lookout offers exceptional health care, reliable protective services and great schools and day care facilities.

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Boreal Walking Trail – 1.5 km, easy Along this trail through the boreal forest, larch and Jack Pines grow among White and Black Spruce and White Birch. Lakeshore Trail – 6 km, moderate Four interpretive stops explain the vegetation and geology found along the...


The aspen Trail is an excellent example of the boreal forest. The trails encompass a large beaver pond, as well as a spectacular lookout high above Regina Bay, Lake of the Woods. This trail is family friendly, but would caution taking small children as there are some...


Named after the famous explorer Edward Umfreville, the Umfreville Trail is nearly 4 kilometers of paved recreational trail. It is used for jogging, walking, biking and wheelchair traffic. Beginning at the Sioux Lookout Travel Information Centre and ending at the Frog...