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Located in Northeastern Ontario, Kirkland Lakers take great pride in this one time gold mining camp. The discovery of gold in the early 1900s turned this town into one of the largest gold producing areas in Canada. Kirkland Lake inhabitants were determined to survive despite the frenzy of prospecting and later becoming victim to economic failure. Throughout uncertain times, they eventually conquered these hardships to become a successful, thriving community.

Local activities include canoeing and kayaking, fishing in the clear Northern Ontario waters, camping, and hiking through some of Mother Nature's most breathtaking terrain. For the wintertime adventures, there is dogsled racing, and the annual winter carnival. Kirkland Lake northern hospitality will impress all who venture into this splendid area.

The Museum of Northern History offers exhibits highlighting the talent, and diversity of this energetic community of pioneers, prospectors, miners and millionaires, native legends, and art.

Kirkland Lake accommodations offer major chain hotels or for the informal traveler, local hotels, bed and breakfasts, camping and cottages.

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Comfort Inn Kirkland Lake
Comfort Inn Kirkland Lake
455 Government Road West
Kirkland Lake
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We are located near the Museum of Northern History at the Sir Harry Oakes Chateau. Additional nearby destinations include the Hockey Heritage North interactive museum, the Northern College of Applied Arts & Technology Kirkland Lake Campus, Kirkland Lake Shopping Centre and Joe Mavrinac Community Complex. The Kapkigiwan Provincial Park is just minutes away.
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Downtown Kirkland Lake:  2km

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