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North America > Canada > Ontario > Northern Ontario > Fort Frances
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Fort Frances is in Northern Ontario.


Get in

By car

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.

By bus

Get around


  • 1 Fort Frances Museum, 259 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).






  • 1 La Place Rendez-Vous, 1201 Idylwild Dr, +1 807 274-9811, toll-free: +1-800-544-9435, fax: +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+.


Go next

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 Template:Rtarrow becomes US 71.svgInternational Falls

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