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Maxwell Pottery produces a wide variety of colourful functional stoneware pottery. Each piece starts as a ball of clay. Using strong stoneware, all work is thrown on the pottery wheel, hand built or pressed. With his own recipe of glaze colours, potter Daniel Maxwell, hand paints each piece in any one of his many unique designs. All work is microwave, dishwasher and oven safe and is lead-free. We are best known for our Canoe on a Lake dip set created in 1995. Come tour our studio enroute to the majestic Eau Claire Gorge and pristine Algonquin Park. Take home a piece of our Northern heritage.
Located on Lake Nipissing and right next door to Maskinonje Park, we offer 18 cottages along the shoreline. Plans that offer full kitchens or packages with meals. 4 km dirt road from Hwy 64.
The New Ontario Brewing Company is North Bay’s Original Craft Brewery. We specialize in creating delicious, balanced, all-grain craft beers!
Hours of Operation Mid May to end of June: Monday – Friday: 9am – 5pm Saturday – Sunday: 10am – 4pm July & August: Open seven days a week: 9am – 7pm September to Mid October: Monday – Friday: 9am – 5pm Saturday – Sunday: 10am – 4pm Mid October to Mid May: Monday – Friday: 9am – 5pm Saturday – Sunday: 10am – 2pm We are situated at the junction of Highway 17 and 11. We are at the junction of the three railroads: CPR, CNR and ONR; and we also have one of the largest airports in Canada thanks to our military ties to North American Air Defense Command. North Bay is situated between picturesque Lake Nipissing and Trout Lake. We are a full four seasons community boasting skiing and snowmobiling in the winter months, hiking and garden tours in the summer, fall colour tours and hunting, and of course fishing all year round. Our recently refurbished Downtown is proudly anchored by the Capitol Center; an 1100 seat theatre and art gallery. Neighboring the downtown is our beautiful Lake Nipissing waterfront. Walk along the boardwalk, anchor your boat in the 350-slip marina, or take a cruise on the Chief Commanda. The Waterfront Park is also the home of the annual Summer in the Park and North Rocks the Bay. On the August Holiday weekend our population doubles for this wonderful family event. Academically we are home to Nipissing University and Canadore College. With their own natural pond, waterfall and miles of hiking trails, these two facilities co-exist on one of the most beautiful campuses found anywhere. Whether just visiting or looking to relocate it’s easy to see why our motto is… Just north enough to be perfect!
Located on the beautiful Northwest Bay of Lake Nipissing, Panorama Camp has fully equipped 2 and 3 bedroom cottages along with 49 camp sites. Each cottage has a three or four piece bath, electric heat, stove, refrigerator, microwave, toaster, coffee maker and gas BBQ. We provide all bed linens, blankets and all kitchen and eating utensils. The campsites are large and shaded. 33 have 3-way hook-ups and 16 have 2-way. We have a natural sandy beach, boat/motor rental, ramp/dockage, great fishing for walleye, pike, musky, bass, perch and fall hunting for waterfowl, moose and deer . Come visit us at PANORAMA, you’ll be happy you did!
A new modern pub style restaurant located within the Clarion Resort Pinewood Park and only a few meters from the Kate Paceway. At the Tap & Grill we offer an unmatched experience in service, quality and freshness! The Tap is overseen by Head Chef Graeme Gatenby who has enjoyed creating mouth-watering culinary delights in Switzerland, England, Toronto and the Niagara region. Working by Chef Graeme’s side is Restaurant Manager Amy Brownlee, who has created spectacular dining atmospheres and memorable dining experiences in New Brunswick. This dynamic duo has created a unique and tantalizing menu that will hit the spot no matter what mood you’re in! Come on in and see for yourself.
2 and 4 bedroom suite style accommodations.
Science North maintains the second- and eighth-largest science centres in Canada: Science North, and Dynamic Earth.
Science North is a hands-on, immersive science centre with a fun and enthusiastic approach to science education. The Bluecoats (real scientists and science communicators) help to make visits more enjoyable, and also ensure that visitor interactions with exhibits and live animal ambassadors are more informative. Science North also features an IMAX® theatre, digital Planetarium, butterfly gallery and Special Exhibits Hall.
Dynamic Earth is also a hands-on, immersive science centre, which offers earth sciences and mining experiences. It is home to the biggest coin in the world, the Big Nickel! This interactive experience — which includes an iconic guided underground mine tour, multimedia theatres and interesting exhibits — is fun for visitors of all ages and takes place in an interactive and educational environment.
In addition to the two science centres in Sudbury, Science North also oversees an award-winning Large Format Film production unit and an Exhibit Sales and Service unit, which develops custom and ready-made exhibits for sale or lease to science centres, museums, and other cultural institutions all over the world.
Science North, in partnership with Laurentian University, has developed North America’s first and only comprehensive Science Communication program, a 10-month joint graduate diploma program.
Science North also has a base in Thunder Bay, Ontario, providing science experiences to Northwestern Ontario schools and festivals, as well as summer science camps and more.
Nearby is the Lake Laurentian Conservation Area and Bell Park which features a groomed walkway and follows the shoreline of Ramsey Lake.
Science North maintains a bicycle shelter, located just 75 feet front the main entrance, and accommodates 18 bicycles with 36 inch spacing between the racks providing plenty of room. The shelter is closed on 3 sides with tempered glass walls and has an aluminum roof. Also located in the shelter is a manual foot pump along with a bicycle repair station equipped with the tools you need for any required repairs.
Science North is an agency of the Government of Ontario and a registered charity #10796 2979 RR0001. Dynamic Earth is a Science North attraction. IMAX® is registered trademark of IMAX Corporation.
Known for our variety of craft beer and quality food, the Raven and Republic has quickly become one of the premier pubs in Northern Ontario. We’re your neighbourhood restaurant and pub, located downtown, in the heart of North Bay. Designed around a turn-of-the-20th-century home, the Raven and Republic is an inviting space – perfect for refreshing ale and compelling conversation. Rounded out with weekly entertainment and two outdoor patios, it’s no wonder we are one of North Bay’s hottest destinations.
Conveniently located in the New Sudbury area, on the Kingsway, our hotel offer 105 extended stay suites with fully equipped kitchens. After your ride, why not relaxing in our pool or hot tub, unless our bar \” the Office\” is where you decide to end your day !
The Travelway Inn Sudbury proudly exemplifies all that Northern hospitality has to offer, through our personalized service and our attention to your every comfort. When you stay with us, we are sure that you will find all the Comforts of Home in the Luxury of our hotel. The Travelway Inn is perfectly located! Cycle directly across the street to visit Science North and follow the beautiful Bell Park trails along the shores of Ramsey Lake. We’re located close to many of Sudbury’s community cycling trails. Book your room today and see for yourself why the Travelway Inn is the best choice for your accommodation needs in Sudbury.
A unique award winning destination shop with home decor, antiques, furniture, woman’s boutique, silver jewlery, gourmet & speciality foods. A must see at the end of Kate Pace Way bike path.
The mountain bike trails are located in the Walden Trails off Regional Road 55 in Naughton, which is in the west end of the City of Greater Sudbury. The terrain is rolling to moderately hilly, with numerous rock outcrops, typical of the Precambrian Shield found across Northern Ontario. The trails are cut to take advantage these features. The 13 km of single track trails are maintained by the Walden Mountian Bike Club. They are open in early June once they dry out and close as early as Oct 15th. Some of the lower trails hold the moisture, so wait one day after a heavy rain. The rock, roots and bridge sections can be slippery during a rain and for a while after, so this is another time to avoid using the trails. The trails can remain open after Oct 15th when conditions remain dry, so watch our website end-of-season updates.