The exhibit “Meet Your Métis Neighbours” was created to celebrate a distinct cultural group in the community of Atikokan. This special exhibit is in partnership with the Atikokan Métis Council. Métis Members generously loaned personal items to complete this colourful exhibit.
Have you been wanting to come to Atikokan? Do you know where we’re located? Without an airport or a short taxi shuttle, many may think that Atikokan is hard to get to, but it may be easier than you think.
For the third consecutive year, Tourism Atikokan and the Town of Atikokan are excited to be participating in the Ontario Ice Fishing Challenge held from February 1st-February 28th. Learn about the event here!
Once the snow falls, the snowshoeing season begins. These trails located in Atikokan are gorgeous and something that everybody needs to see for themselves!
Curling has been a staple in Atikokan throughout the years and it has much to offer each year. The time to try Curling or rent the ice is now!
Situated at the west end of Main Street, the Museum of Atikokan is an oasis of cultural history and an excellent starting point to begin your visit to Atikokan.
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Quetico is world renowned for back country paddling opportunities. With over 2000 pristine lakes and 460,000 ha of remote wilderness it is easy to understand why it’s a paddler’s haven.
Since 1987 the Sno-Ho Club has been making Atikokan the best place to ride in Ontario.
Mount Fairweather is Atikokan’s hidden gem thanks to it’s incredibly supportive and welcoming atmosphere for skiers and boarders of all skill levels.