corner of Manitoba. It is situated right on the Canada and United States international boundary across from Warroad, Minnesota.
Buffalo Point is a huge peninsula, jutting out into the largest body of water on Lake of the Woods. Big Traverse Bay is so large that you can actually look out on the east shore of Buffalo Point and see nothing but water out to the horizon. On the north shore of Buffalo Point is the famous Buffalo Bay, renowned for being the best walleye fishing on Lake of the Woods. This is where our majestic Reed River is located just 8 miles north of Buffalo Point. The south shore of Buffalo Point looks out onto Muskeg Bay and into the United States. The park-like setting is picture postcard perfect.
Environmental management goes hand-in-hand with business management at Buffalo Point. The community recognizes that the main attractions for tourists are the beautiful scenery and the diverse wildlife. Tourist can expect to see an abundance of many different species of birds, plants, and wildlife.
Within our diverse eco-system, Buffalo Point has developed a comprehensive wildlife management program that attracts many photographers and sightseers. Amongst the main attractions are herds of whitetail deer. Other wildlife includes wolves, red and silver fox, black bears, moose, beaver, muskrats and porcupines.