Ear Falls is a gateway to many surrounding attractions
Pakwash Provincial Park is located 19 km north of the town, and is home to a 1.5 kilometer long sand beach, campgrounds, nature trails, aboriginal rock paintings and over 65 species of birds.
South of the Ear Falls is Perrault Falls, featuring a breathtaking cascade of water between Perrault and Wabauskang Lakes.
The waters of English River system and Lac Seul are bountiful and make for a supreme fishing experience, and a healthy wildlife population provides exceptional hunting opportunities.
Ear Falls is home to the largest returning nesting population of bald eagles in North America, and affords visitors and residents a unique opportunity to watch these majestic birds in flight.
Visitor Information Center
The Center is located in the Municipal Government Building located at 2 Willow Crescent. The center provides brochures on local attractions, accommodations and activities, as well as maps of the town and surrounding areas. Visitors will also find literature on fishing, camping, museum and safety information.
While you are in town, stop at the waterfront park for a picturesque pit-stop. The site is a perfect place to stop to have lunch, spend the day, or just take in the scenery. There is a large beach, a playing field, a covered picnic area, and a large restroom facility with a change room and showers. The park also has ‘The Patricia’ on display. The Patricia is a freight boat that was built in the 1930s and has been fully restored.