Red Lake Sights and Landmarks Guide, Ontario
Red Lake is one of the very important tourist hot spots in the north western part of Ontario, Canada. It has multiple historical monuments, various natural hot spots, and different events organized every year that are enough to attract a huge number of tourists. In this guide for Red Lake Sights we will list some of the very famous spots that attract tourists and some happening annual events.
Red Lake Sights - Outdoor Art Gallery
Located on Howey Street, this art gallery has started to attract many tourists in the last years due to the awesome art collection it boasts of. It contains various colored banners that were hand painted and designed by the local artists. These banners reflect the wildlife of Red Lake, the famous local culture, and various other famous themes that make up the province of Ontario. It becomes a must visit tourist hot spot for all those who admire real art. Ask any taxi driver and he will take you to this art gallery for a small fee.
Red Lake Sights - Margaret McDougall Public Library
Margaret McDougall was the first librarian of Red Lake and this huge library is named after her. This building is also located on the famous Howey Street and is famous not only for the collection of books but also for the awesome red roofing and the asymmetrical architectural design of the monument. Book lovers will surely love this place due to its huge collection of books and the awesome design.
Red Lake Sights - Howey Bay
Howey Street happens to be one of the very famous tourist hot spots in Red Lake as it has some of the most important tourist attractions of Red Lake. The beautiful Howey Bay is located in the proximity of this street, which was named in the memory of two gold prospectors namely Lorne Howey and Raymond Howey. This bay is famous for its natural beauty and the various activities that are conducted around it. The entire community of Red Lake is situated around the shores of this awesome bay.
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