Pickle Lake is a great place to visit, but it's also home to a permanent community of about 450 people. With a small population, Pickle Lake is certainly a small municipality, which makes it easy to get around and meet new neighbours. It also makes for a relaxed living atmosphere.
The standard of living in Pickle Lake is as good, if not better, than anything you'll find anywhere else in Northern Ontario. If you're thinking about moving to Pickle Lake, we've put together a range of information to help you interact with the community and find services like schools, hospitals, doctors and churches.
Pickle Lake has a modern health care facility with a full-time doctor and two part-time nurses. At the Pickle Lake Health Clinic health care needs are met expeditiously and the Northwestern Health Unit also continues to offer a variety of health and wellness programs throughout the year.
Homes and building lots are available for either sale or rent, at very affordable prices. Apartments are also available for rent.The Township has various properties for sale.
Pickle Lake Gospel Chapel: Sundays 10:00 am and 6:00 pm
Friendship Baptist Church: Sundays 10:30 am and 6:00 pm
Ladies Bible Study: Tuesdays 8:00 pm
Bible Study, Baptist Church: Wednesdays 7:00 pm
Pickle Lake provides more than the basic necessities and needs. Some of the retail outlets include the Northern Store, Frontier Mini-Mart, K & K Tackle, Mistik North and Casuals Convenience Store, along with Canada Post Office, Desjardins Credit Union, Winston Motor Hotel, Lakeview Manor Bed & Breakfast, Pickett’s Bed & Breakfast, Patricia Auto Sales and Pickle Lake Auto.