township in Ontario, Canada

Hornepayne is a township of about a thousand people (2016) in the Algoma District of Northern Ontario, Canada.

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UnderstandEdit

Hornepayne serves as a railway divisional point on the main Canadian National Railway line. The forestry industry (by way of Haavaldsrud's Timber Company) is the major employer to the local economy. Hunting- and fishing-related tourism in the area (particularly just north of the town in nearby Nagagami Lake Provincial Park) is served by several small companies.

HistoryEdit

The town was established in 1915 as Fitzback when the Canadian Northern Railway's transcontinental line was built through the area. It was renamed Hornepayne in 1920 after British financier Robert Horne-Payne.

Get inEdit

By carEdit

Take Ontario Highway 631 either south from Highway 11 (between Longlac and Hearst) or north from Highway 17 (at White River).

By planeEdit

By trainEdit

Get aroundEdit

 
Map of Hornepayne

SeeEdit

DoEdit

Fishing expeditions are popular.

BuyEdit

Eat and drinkEdit

  • Uncle's Restaurant & Lodge, 1150 Highway 631 South, +1 807 868-3237. Or +1 807 868-3232.

SleepEdit

In HornepayneEdit

  • Uncle's Restaurant & Lodge, 1150 Highway 631 South, +1 807 868-3237. Or +1 807 868-3232. A diner.
  • Rock's Hunt Camp, 1 Airport Road (4 km S of town), +1 807 868-2085, . Fishing packages available from do it yourself, guided trips or fly into our remote wilderness island location. Ice fishing packages also available.

Fly-in campsEdit

  • Buck Lake Lodges and Outposts, Obakamiga Lake (accessible only by plane), +1 705 534 1991, toll-free: +1-888-366-0712. Fly-in fishing trips: walleye, northern pike, and perch. Cabins are equipped with full kitchens, bathrooms and 24-hr electricity. Flights and boat rentals are included. Free WiFi. Beachfront. Business centre with Internet access. Children's activities. Pets allowed.
  • Kay Vee Lodge, Nagagami Lake (accessible only by plane), +1 613-982-1768 (Summer), toll-free: +1-800-756-3365. Cabins have a living room, kitchen, 2-, 3- or 4-bedrooms and bathroom. Pots, pans and dishes are supplied. Microwaves, coffee pot and toaster in each cabin. Per person: 7-day $1430, 4-day $1150, 3-day $1020, includes meals and flights from Hornepayne.

ConnectEdit

Go nextEdit

Routes through Hornepayne
Jct W    E ← Nagagamisis Provincial Park ←  N   S  White RiverEnds at   
WinnipegLonglac  W   E  SudburyToronto



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