This 6,000 resident community is located where the Sturgeon River flows into Lake Nipissing, on its north shore midway between North Bay and Sudbury. It is a bilingual community.

Sturgeon Falls Attractions:

Lake Nipissing View from Trans Canada Highway

Sturgeon River House Museum

250 Fort Rd, Sturgeon Falls, ON P2B 2W4
(5 km west off Highway 17)
(705) 753-4716

Located on the Sturgeon River, at the site of the original Hudson’s Bay Post. Exhibits include a blacksmith’s shop, antique machinery and furniture. Open daily mid-May to Mid-September.

Sturgeon River Provincial Park

24 Finlayson Park Road
Temagami, ON P0H 2H0
(705) 569-3205

The Sturgeon River provides canoeists with plenty of whitewater, scenic falls and rapids, wildlife spotting and good fishing, all in a remote setting.
The river begins in the Temagami highlands, cutting through bedrock outcrops and ending with sandy shores over the course of a week-long paddle on a river was once used by loggers to float virgin timber downstream to distant mills.

Sturgeon Falls, Ontario Area Map