Conmee Township is blessed with open green spaces, lakes, rivers and streams. Residents enjoy many outdoor activities such as fishing, hiking, horseback riding and swimming. Fishing is a popular pastime here and the waterways offer plentiful brook trout and splake, a cross between a lake trout and steelhead trout. There is easy access to Lake Superior, the largest freshwater lake in the world, for deep water fishing including salmon fishing.
Conmee also borders deep forests which offer many miles of bush and trails for moose, deer, bear and partridge hunting. During the winter months, the local forests and lakes are perfect for snowshoeing, snowmobiling, ice fishing and skating. Conmee has a skating rink that is maintained by volunteers in the township. A neighbouring township provides a hockey arena and runs a Rural Minor Hockey League for all ages.
The nearby Kakabeka Falls Provincial Park has a beach with a fantastic swimming area, campgrounds and walking trails that are turned into cross-country ski trails in the winter. Other neighbouring townships host family events throughout the year such as a Strawberry Festival, the Hymers Fall Fair, and the Murillo Agricultural Fair.
For golf enthusiasts, there are four golf courses located within a 20 minute drive of Conmee. Residents also partake in the year-round activities provided in the City of Thunder Bay such as “Concerts in the Park”, the marina and waterfront, swimming pools and beaches.