Best known for its endless wilderness, Red Lake showcases the very best of the Boreal Forest and the Canadian Shield, making it the perfect location for enjoying the outdoors. There are hundreds of clean and clear fresh-water lakes scattered throughout the area, surrounded by deep forests. Together with stunning sunsets and dancing northern lights, the scenery here creates images you won't soon forget.
Numerous municipal parks are located throughout Red Lake offering individuals and families safe and pleasant surroundings in which to relax, play, or explore the unique history of the area. Picnic areas are available at beaches equipped with BBQ pits, horseshoe pits and play areas for children. In addition, many natural beaches and picnic areas are located along the shores of our beautiful area lakes.
Many residents are avid fishermen and hunters or those who enjoy snowmobiling, hiking and boating right at their doorsteps. Others prefer organized indoor and outdoor recreation including swimming, team sports, curling and fitness classes.
Red Lake enjoys a long and continuous history of float plane transportation. Red Lake’s largest annual event, the Norseman Festival, is based on the historic Canadian-made float plane referred to as the Norseman. This festival attracts enthusiasts worldwide. From music festivals and fishing derbies to winter activities, curling bonspiels and other sporting events, Red Lake offers plenty of recreational activities that everyone can enjoy. For more information visit www.myredlake.com