Sioux Lookout Area Attractions

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The Sioux Lookout Golf and Curling Club (formerly the Ojibway Golf & Curling Club) is one of the many wonderful attractions to the Municipality of Sioux Lookout, Ontario. Located in the heart of Northern Ontario, Sioux Lookout is a recreational activity-seeker's dream. The SLGCC is proud to be established in such a culturally rich area, with many indoor and outdoor sports to offer.

The Sioux Lookout Recreation Centre is located at 85 King Street in Sioux Lookout. Our facility boasts an arena, lobby with concession, meeting rooms, main office of the Culture, Parks and Recreation Department, gymnasium, racquetball court, squash court, walking track complete with cardio equipment, and a weight room. Our facility has a change room complete with showers and a sauna for members use. The Sioux Lookout Anti Racism Committee and Multi Cultural Youth Centre have office space at the far end of our building.

Ojibway Provincial Park Located 25 km to the southwest of Sioux Lookout, Ojibway Provincial Park is managed by Community Living Sioux Lookout and the Ministry of Natural Resources – Ontario Parks. The Park offers camping from early May until Labour Day with daily, weekly, monthly or seasonal rental options for electrical or non-electrical sites. The Park also offers boat storage, picnic shelter rental, a laundromat, canoe and kayak rentals, paddle boat rentals, group camping and special events throughout the season, such as an annual bass fishing tournament. The Park has a beach area, boat launches, playground, firewood, a trailer filling and dumping area, scenic lookouts and 11 km of nature trails.

The Ojibway Power Toboggan Association is situated in Ontario's Sunset Country and is a volunteer organization that maintains snowmobile trails in the Sioux Lookout area and promotes safe snowmobiling by providing training courses and keeping trails in good condition.  OPTA organizes events throughout the season to promote the sport. Some events include the Annual Poker Derby, Snowmobile Raffle and Snowarama. OPTA also has an annual social and various family events throughout the year. OPTA has an average of 250 members based on trail permit sales, and has an average of 20 active volunteers that perform the trail maintenance and club administrative functions. OPTA maintains 150km of the TransOntario Provincial (TOP) trail network, and approximately 150km of local trails.