Experience Temagami

Temagami is the reality that fuels the popular perception of Canada's great Northland: Old growth pine forests, smooth blue waters, white powdery snow and bountiful fish and wildlife. Some of the world's oldest rock has surfaced here, and has been scraped and smoothed by centuries of glaciation. Artifacts and stone drawings dating back as far back as 6000 B.C. have been discovered here. Grey Owl, the mysterious naturalist who captured the world's imagination back in the 1930's, has become a part of the Temagami Landscape. Over the centuries, people have been drawn to the area as if by a magnet. Temagami is truly a place of mystical magic, an adventurer's mecca.

Temagami is pronounced: "Te-MAWG-a-mee" (the word is Ojibway for "deep water by the shore"). This place has lifted the spirits and captured the imagination of generations of indigenous peoples and for traders, trappers, naturalists, painters, poets, photographers, film-makers, and tourists. If you have yet to Experience Temagami, you simply don't know what you're missing.

Temagami, the gateway to Ontario's wilderness region as one travels north along Highway #11, is the reality that fuels the popular perception of Canada's great northland. Temagami has old growth pine forests, smooth blue waters, brilliantly white powder snow, and bountiful fish and wildlife.

Temagami is truly an adventurer's mecca. This area is legendary for its canoeing, back country hiking, camping, fishing, and snowmobiling. Visitors who spend time in the community can challenge themselves by climbing the fire tower, tour the restored historic train station, enjoy lunch at one of the popular restaurants, visit a boutique or outfitter along the way, or just take it easy with a picnic at the community waterfront.

Temagami is a pleasant town where friendly faces eagerly welcome you.

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