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Hearst, Ontasrio

Hearst is a town located in northern Ontario on the Northern Route of the Trans Canada Highway #11. It is 100 km W of Kapuskasing and 200 km E of Longlac.

Hearst is known for its natural beauty and outdoor recreation, with its surrounding forests. Activities include fishing, hunting, camping, and hiking.

 

Hearst History

Hearst was founded in 1913 by Canadian Pacific Railway as a divisional point along the transcontinental railway. The town was named after William Hearst, who was then the premier of Ontario (not American newspaper magnate William Randolph Hearst as many might think).

In the early years, Hearst was a hub for logging and the forestry industry, with logging being the primary economic activity. By the 1930s, the pulp and paper industry was booming and several mills were built in the area, boosting employment in Hearst.

Over the years, the town of Hearst has been diversifying its economy, and attracting new industries and businesses to the area.

Hearst Attractions

Hearst Observatory

955 Front St, Hearst, ON P0L 1N0
705-372-2791
Website https://www.facebook.com/HearstObservatory/

This observatory is a popular spot for stargazing and offers tours and educational programs.

Hearst Golf & Country Club

1002 Front St, Hearst, ON P0L 1N0
705-372-5251
Website https://hearstgolf.ca/

This 18-hole golf course offers scenic views and challenging holes for golfers of all levels.

Hearst Eco-Museum

1005 George St, Hearst, ON P0L 1N0
705-362-5788
Website https://www.ecomuseumhearst.ca/

This museum features exhibits on the ecology and history of the region, including interactive displays and live animals.

Hearst Wilderness Adventures

1462 Trans-Canada Hwy, Hearst, ON P0L 1N0
705-372-2184
Website http://www.hearstwildernessadventures.com/

This tour company offers guided fishing and hunting trips in the surrounding wilderness.

Parc des aigles

181 Front St, Hearst, ON P0L 1N0
705-372-5979
Website https://www.parc-aigles-hearst-eagles-park.com/

This park features a collection of birds of prey, including eagles, owls, and falcons. Visitors can watch live demonstrations and learn about the birds’ natural habitats and behaviors.

Scierie Heritage Sawmill

30 Front St, Hearst, ON P0L 1N0
(705) 372-2838
website https://tourismehearst.wixsite.com/scieriepatrimoniale

Located along Highway 11, the Heritage Sawmill is a gathering place and an access point to downtown Hearst and the heart of the community.

Hearst, Ontario Area Map