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A steep, rocky, narrow channel separates the south shore of Long Point Island from the mainland. The thriving summer recreation village, known as Sioux Narrows, has developed on each side of this bridge.

Legend claims that the Sioux Indians were a warlike tribe living well to the south of the district who delighted in raiding the more peaceful Cree and Ojibway villages to the north and east. Following their final failed raid on the more peaceful tribes, peace was maintained thereafter and they called this channel 'Sioux Narrows'.

Early industry included logging, gold mining, and commercial fishing. Lake of the Woods and the surrounding watershed is a fisherman's paradise, with abundant populations of walleye, northern pike, bass, and trout. One of the largest muskie populations in the world exists in Lake of the Woods.

Sioux Narrows accommodations offer five star lodges and housekeeping cottages with their typical northern Ontario hospitality. Alternatively, discover the exhilarating beauty and nature at a local Campground or RV Park.

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Totem Resorts
Totem Resorts
120 Totem Road
Sioux Narrows
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This resort in Sioux Narrows features cottages with full kitchens. The resort includes free Wi-Fi, a private screened-in porch or outdoor deck and a fireplace or wood burning stove. It is a 5 minute drive from Sioux Narrows Provincial Park. Available activities includine: billiards, shuffleboard and guided fishing trips. Water-skiing and canoeing are available as well.
Sioux Narrows Motel Hotel Sioux Narrows 5726 Highway 71 Request Info

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