This pretty town with 1000 residents, lies about 95 km west of Sudbury, and is at the junction of the Sauble and Spanish Rivers. The community was an early lumber settlement, and has evolved into a farming and recreational centre.<BR>
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Chutes Provincial Park
650 Imperial St N, Massey, ON P0P 1P0
(Off Highway 17)
This park contains several scenic waterfalls and is popular for camping, fishing and picnicking. An exhibit at Graveyard Rapids discusses the hazards of the log-driving era at the turn of the century on the Aux Sables River.
Massey Area Museum
160 Sable St., Massey (Highway 17)
This museum illustrates the area’s history from the Indians through the 1790 trading post (Fort LaCloche) to the lumbering era. Open March to October on weekends, and daily from mid-June to Labour Day.