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Red Lake is a small town from the Kenora district, in the province of Ontario, Canada. Red Lake is formed from six smaller communities named Balmerton, Cochenour, Madsen, McKenzie Island, Starratt-Olsen and Red Lake. In present, it has approximately 4,000 residents and an area of 610 square kilometers. 

Red Lake is also nicknamed Norseman Capital of the World, because the Noorduyn Norseman had a significant role in the development of the area. Although the area was settled in 1926, the current formation exists since July 1, 1998. Notable residents of Red Lake include actress Kristen Hager, designer Linda Lundstrom, musician Brendan Williams and figure skater Eric Radford. If you need help in booking your car rental in Red Lake, contact us and we will be happy to assist you.

Top Attractions within Red Lake

Woodland Caribou Provincial Park is a national park located west of Red Lake. This wilderness park is situated on 1,150,000 acres of land and includes forest and water. If you want to visit this important attraction of Red Lake, you can do it by canoe or by float plane, because otherwise it is inaccesible to visitors.

Pakwash Provincial Park is is another incredible park that you can visit near Red Lake, in Ontario. This park is perfect to admire the beautiful flora and fauna of this region of Canada. If you enjoy photography, do not let the beauty of this park escape your lenses. Sport passionate? If yes, this is the perfect place to enjoy various recreational activities like biking, hiking or power walking.

The Balmer is the restaurant of The Balmer Hotel, located in Red Lake since 1967. The restaurant is beautifully decorated and offers a large menu based on the French cuisine and on the local specialties. If you decide to visit it, try Perogies, Breaded Walleye and Pie a la Mode, freshly baked in the restaurant.