Callander Bay Ontario
Callander Bay Ontario is one of eight known volcanic sites in Ontario, including the Manitou Islands in North Bay. Only four hours from Toronto, in a spectacular natural setting, the Callander area offers the benefits of a beautiful resort community with the world's best sunsets. We are just a short drive away from Hunstville and North Bay in the heart of Blue Sky Region. For events in the Almaguin Highlands area, please visit Almaguin Highlands Festival & Events Listing website, which lists events hosted by nonprofit organizations, charitable organizations, local businesses, recreation committees, municipalities and everything in between.
We have an unusual and interesting past and today we offer visitors four seasons of fun and a future that couldn't be brighter. Discover the Magic of Stepping off the Beaten Path. The Country Roads of our region connect a community of workshops, studios and rural enterprises. Shop for unusual gifts and you will find a cheery greeting from artisans eager to share their knowledge and enthusiasm. Browsers and children are welcome, please visit Country Roads Tour Experience website and discover it for yourself.
The municipality renamed itself from North Import to Callander in 2003. The Dionne Quintuplets, the world's first surviving quintuplets (born May 28, 1934) who rose to international fame at the height of the Great Depression.
Fishing Callander Bay, Ontario Lake Nipissing is renown for it's abundance of great fishing. Whether you seek fish to provide a good feed such as perch and walleye, or prefer the challenge of a trophy muskie or northern pike. Located 45 minutes from Olive the Lake. Lake Nippissing can offer you a great day of fishing.
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