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Experience the Beauty and Tranquility of Chapleau, Ontario.
Fishing for Walleye, Bass, Northern Pike and Trout!
Chapleau Game Preserve
At a time when true wilderness is fast becoming a rare commodity, the Chapleau Crown Game Preserve is a true treasure for all nature lovers and recreation enthusiasts. Encompassing 700,000 hectares or 2,000,000 acres, it is the largest Crown game preserve in the world. It offers a remote and natural setting which is easily accessible by rail, gravel road, or for the more adventurous, by canoe or aircraft. Wildlife viewing is exceptional and it is not unusual to see animals living their lives oblivious to any human disturbances
Chapleau Centennial Museum
The Chapleau Museum and Tourist Information Centre was officially opened July 1st, 1967 as a salute to Canada's 100th birthday. The museum is located on Monk Street in gorgeous Centennial Park. Upon entering the park, one will notice the steam engine, a testament to Chapleau's railroading past. The Iron Horse #5433, was proudly placed in the park in 1964, through the initiative and generosity of Arthur and Nettie Grout. This unit actually worked these tracks for many years. It weighs 275 tons, measures 95 feet long, and hauled 1900 tons in its prime.
Chapleau Recreation & Community Complex
One of the most technologically robust suite of event facilities in the Algoma-Manitoulin area with over 25,000 square feet of flexible exhibit and meeting space across our small, medium and large facilities to meet your event requirements.