The Township of Red Rock is located 90 km east of Thunder Bay and 8 km south off Highway 11/17 on Hwy. 628. Red Rock is a small scenic community overlooking Lake Superior’s Nipigon Bay, nestled between the towering cliffs of How Mountain and the rugged shores of Lake Superior. Red Rock is known for its hospitality, scenic vistas and outdoor recreation. Water sports and recreation is at the heart beat of the community with the expanded marina facilities. The newly constructed Marina Centre hosts washroom, shower and laundry facilities, restaurant, retail shops and exhibit area.
Red Rock hosts three spectacular events annually including: Annual Trout Fishing Tournament, Live from the Rock Folk Festival and Paju Mountain Run. The Red Rock Fish and Game Club host a fishing tournament in June that attracts anglers from across Canada. The Red Rock Folk Festival is held in August in the beautiful waterfront park, Pull-A-Log Park. The festival offers live performances and workshops bursting with talent. The Paju Mountain Run is held in conjunction with Live from the Rock Folk Festival and attracts runners of all levels. The Paju Mountain Run course includes a challenging 715 ft climb up the Paju Mountain.
To explore Red Rock further visit the Township website www.redrocktownship.ca
The Live from the Rock Folk Festival is an annual music and arts festival located on the beautiful shore of Lake Superior in Red Rock, Ontario. Since the Live from the […]Read More
The Annual Paju Mountain Run provides runners and walkers alike with the opportunity to experience beautiful Paju Mountain. Participants will be challeneged with a 715 foot climb up Paju’s Mountain […]Read More