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Set amongst dense areas of forest, and surrounded by serene lakes, this former mining town is popular for outdoor pursuits all year round. Kirkland Lake enjoys a thick layer of snow in the colder months, with cross country skiing and snowmobile trails winding through the trees, and these make for ideal hiking routes during the warm weather. The town itself is historic and traditional, with a typically friendly Canadian welcome, and lots of small local businesses that give the area its unique feel.

Things to see

Hockey Heritage North is dedicated to Canada's favorite past time; ice hockey, and Kirkland Lake has long been known for creating world class players who go on to careers in the National Hockey League. This complex has an indoor rink for games, a conference center, and a museum dedicated to hockey greats both from the local area and beyond. The small local Museum of Northern History tells the story of how Kirkland Lake has changed over the years, from its early days as a gold mining town to the present day, with exhibits from mining equipment to artwork by locals. Set inside the charming Sir Harry Oakes Chateau, a mansion owned by a wealthy gold mine owner and philanthropist, the home has many original features and beautifully kept gardens to explore on a sunny day. Kirkland Lake Golf Club is also a great place to enjoy some fresh air, with 18 holes to challenge you. This friendly golf course is surrounded by mature trees, making it a peaceful spot for people of all ability levels.

Hotels in Kirkland Lake

Kirkland Lake has a small selection of inns and motels offering affordable rates, most of them with 2 or 3 stars. You'll find hotels in Kirkland Lake with facilities such as free buffet breakfasts, free WiFi, and free parking during your stay. Many hotels are family friendly, with rooms available for up to 4 people, and sofa or rollaway beds for younger guests. Some hotels also have bars and restaurants onsite, as well as meeting and conference rooms for those traveling on business. These Kirkland Lake hotels offer affordable rates, with comfortable rooms that have amenities such as coffee makers, hair dryers, and refrigerators.

Where to stay

Kirkland Lake has a small downtown area where you'll find small, independent stores that offer an excellent personal service. You'll find a great selection of cafés and restaurants along the main road, as well as some lively bars where you'll find a friendly welcome. The town is surrounded by dense areas of forest, and long trails have been cleared for cross country skiing in the winter, and hiking in the warmer months. Just south of Kirkland Lake, the town of Swastika attracts tourists because of its unusual name, which was given to the area long before WWII. Swastika is also a small former gold mining town, with historical homes and buildings that take you back to the times of prospectors and miners.

How to get to Kirkland Lake

Earlton-Timiskaming Regional Airport is a 50 minute drive south of Kirkland Lake, with connecting services to North Bay, Timmins, and other airports in the region. This small airport has car rental desks, and 24 hour taxi services which can be booked in advance. Although it no longer has a passenger rail service, Kirkland Lakes is connected to the Ontario Northlander service by coach, allowing you to connect to regional trains. The coach can also take you directly to Toronto, with journeys taking about 9 to 10 hours.