Fort Frances

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Fort Frances is in Northern Ontario.

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Ontario Highways 17 and 71 (both part of the Trans-Canada Highway) run through town. The Fort Frances-International Falls Bridge (the start/end point of Ontario Highway 71) connects Fort Frances with International Falls, Minnesota, USA. U.S. Highways 53 and 71 lead up to the bridge on the U.S. side.

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  •   Fort Frances Museum259 Scott St +1 807 274-7891. Mid May-Labour Day: 10AM-5PM daily; Sep: 11AM-4PM daily; Oct-mid May: Tu-Sa 11AM-4PM. A collection of artifacts, documents, and photographs from Fort Frances and the surrounding area. Adults $3.75, seniors and children (5-12) $2.75, families $12; free admission during the off-season (mid Oct-mid May).

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  •   La Place Rendez-Vous1201 Idylwild Dr +1 807 274-9811, toll-free: +1-800-544-9435fax: +1 807 274-9553. Resort hotel and convention centre on the shores of Rainy Lake. Free wireless internet in all rooms. Restaurant and bar on site. $100+.

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Routes through Fort Frances
Rainy RiverTCH-blank.svg splits ←  W Ontario 11.svgTCH-blank.svg E  → Atitokan → Thunder Bay
Ends at Ontario 17.svgTCH-blank.svgKenora  N Ontario 71.svgTCH-blank.svg S  Aiga immigration.svg → becomes US 71.svgInternational Falls


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