French River Fishing Lodges & Resorts
The French River: Where is it?
Possibly one of the most important rivers in Canadian history, next to the St. Lawrence River of course, is the French River. Running for 110 kilometers from Lake Nipissing to the Georgian Bay, this lake serves as the boundary for the Parry Sound District and the Sudbury District, as well as the boundary for Northern and Southern Ontario.
How to Get Here
Roughly 350 kilometers to the west is Sault Ste. Marie. Follow Highway
17 all the way to the French River. If coming from Sudbury, travel south
on Highway 69 for 70 kilometers. If coming from Parry Sound, follow
Highway 69 north for 100 kilometers.
If you are coming from Niagara Falls, you have a 430 kilometer journey ahead of you. Drive to Toronto and from there follow the 400 north until Highway 69.
The French River has something for everyone and should be on the list of places that a person chooses to visit whenever they are in the Southern Ontario area.