Kenora offers fun adventures for the entire family. Cool off at the splash park, Hoopla Island, or one of our many beaches. Explore the Discovery Centre, go for a mini-putt, and complete the day with a drive-in family movie.
All summer long Kenora hosts farmers' and pop-up markets, world-renowned fishing tournaments, fun and exciting concerts, and a variety of cultural celebrations. There's always something fun happening here!
In the mood for casual dining, or a beer on a waterside patio? Chinese, Greek or Italian perhaps? Kenora offers up everything from fast food to fine dining, and everything in between. Find your next great meal here.
In the spirit of reconciliation, the City of Kenora acknowledges that we are on the traditional territory of the Anishinaabe and Metis of Treaty #3. The City of Kenora was originally the land base of one collective First Nation community, which was separated into three communities now known as Wauzhushk Onigum, Niisaachewan, and Washagamis Bay First Nations. Kenora now sustains many others, all of whom have been welcomed to peacefully share and care for these ancestral Lands and Waters.
To support stewardship of the land, the City recognizes the importance of a strong relationship with our Treaty #3 partners. The City of Kenora acknowledges that our economy greatly benefits from the Anishinaabe and Metis that live in and around the city.