Discover Kenora and Lake of the Woods. Take in the vintage outboard motor collection, a visual guide to the fish species that call our waters home, as well as the Northern Nature Traders exhibit.
Head outdoors to experience the interpretative forest, a depiction of our native wildlife featuring signage in English and Ojibway. The Discovery Forest explains the many uses our First Nations People have for the wildlife in our region.
The Kenora Rotary Splash Park in Norman Park features a lake theme which includes playful elements such as boats, animals, trees, fish, and birds. The splash park is inclusive and accessible.
Open daily 10:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m.
Take the kids to the Log Cabin Tavern for a nine-hole round of mini-putt—the perfect opportunity to practice your short game while the whole family has fun. Open during the summer months; check out the Log Cabin Tavern on Facebook for more information.
This giant inflatable water park experience is perfect for families that love the water. The challenging climbs, indomitable obstacles, and laughing tumbles into the lake make this an excellent adventure for the dog days of summer—you are guaranteed to get soaked! Children must be six years or older for this experience. Visit hooplaisland.com to learn more.
Back for its second summer: Drive-in Theatre at Mount Evergreen. The 30’ x 17’ inflatable screen will be based in the Ski Club parking lot and provide hours of movie pleasure. Movies are expected to run on weekends and special dates throughout the summer, featuring a variety of genres. Food service will be available from the chalet with delivery to your vehicle. For showings, dates, pricing and visiting guidelines follow Kenora Evergreen Drive-in.
There are so many different ways to experience Lake Life in Kenora, why not try something new while you’re here? Try out water biking, stand-up paddle boarding, sit-on kayaking or pedal boating, all available through mosswood.ca at Garrow Park on Rabbit Lake. Or get out on the Lake of the Woods with Green Adventures, and try kayaking, canoeing, diving—on your own or with a professional guide!
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.Back to top