Nature Trails near Nestor Falls, Ontario

Welcome to Nestor Falls!

Situated on the eastern shore of Lake of the Woods on Sabaskong Bay, Nestor Falls is a beautiful resort community and a jumping off point for great fishing, hunting, and outdoor adventures. The Nestor Falls area has a well-earned reputation as one of the finest fishing and hunting locations in North America. The town of Nestor Falls sits in the midst of literally dozens of lakes. These lakes are teeming with Canada's most sought-after game fish; walleye, small & largemouth bass, lake trout, crappie, northern pike, muskie, and perch. The muskie in these lakes have become a fish of such grandeur that the Nestor Falls area is known to many as the muskie capital of the world. Local resorts also provide wilderness camping and canoeing.

The Township of Sioux Narrows-Nestor Falls, located on the eastern shores of the infamous Lake of the Woods in Northwestern Ontario, is nestled amongst towering trees and picturesque wilderness. The area is blessed with natural beauty, encompassed by boundless bodies of water, red and white pines, poplar, cedar and oak trees, and a large variety of wildlife. Lake of the Woods is one of the world’s largest inland, freshwater lakes with over 14,000 islands and 65,000 miles of shoreline. This and other lakes of the area offer countless summer and winter activities for locals, summer residents and tourists alike.

As a small municipality, approximately 1,000 residents in the winter months and more than 5,000 in the summer months, the Township of Sioux Narrows-Nestor Falls takes pride in its community spirit. The main industry is tourism and that is apparent in this full service community. There are over sixty customer service facilities offering a wide range of retail, hospitality, personal, financial, emergency and other services. There truly is something for everyone, whether it’s gorgeous lake views you seek, excellent fishing in any season, local food and shopping, or a variety of events sure to peak anyone’s interest. Spend time on the lake with the watersport of your choice; take advantage of our groomed hiking paths in the summer and cross country skiing trails in the winter, visit the Northern Ontario Sportfishing Centre, play a round of golf or camp at one of our provincial parks. Experience Sioux Narrows-Nestor Falls for yourself and see why it is one of Canada’s best kept secrets.

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Located near Nestor Falls, the Boreal Trail is a family friendly trail but would caution taking small children as it includes some very rocky terrain, as well as some steep uphill grades. The trail circles a large beaver pond and has several areas for viewing this...


CALIPER LAKE PROVINCIAL PARK TRAIL Beaver Pond Trail – 2– 3km, moderate The Beaver Pond Trail is accessed off the main entrance road between the Park Office and the beach. Two loops offer hikers a choice between a 2 km and 3 km hike. We would also direct you to...


Red Pine trail is family friendly and in general, very level with some short uphill grades. The trail is suitable for all skill levels. The first part of the trail travels through a 25 to 30 year old red pine plantation. As you travel the trail you see large red and...