Discover Iroquois Falls
Iroquois Falls is a vibrant community in the heart of Northern Ontario, Canada with a population of 4,537. The Town lies just off the Trans-Canada Highway (Hwy 11) on the banks of the Abitibi River.
Iroquois Falls is a true four season community with many lakes and rivers nestled in the heart of Northeastern Ontario. The community provides a quality of lifestyle desired by many. Not only being a safe community to live and work, Iroquois Falls boasts substantial education facilities, health care services, a recreation complex, golf course, modern senior facilities, independent living residences, and most of all a warm and welcoming community.
The town is also known as the Garden Town of the North with vibrant flower beds spread all over the town for all to enjoy.
There are ample recreational opportunities to enjoy such as golfing, swimming, fishing, camping, tennis, hockey, bowling, curling, skating, snowmobiling, etc...
Our summer festivals are top notch. The Porquis Rock 'N' Blues Festival and Iroquois Falls Heritage Music Festival bring people from all over to listen to great music. If you enjoy fishing, there is an annual ice fishing derby in March that forms part of the Winter Carnival. The Iroquois Falls & District Chamber of Commerce hosts Garden Town Celebrations in August.
The local Pioneer Museum has a vast variety of our local history. Come visit and they will take you back in time.
We are a proud community and our warm, friendly atmosphere shines through like no other. Iroquois Falls is a great place to live!
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