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Sturgeon River House
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Sturgeon River House
Sturgeon River House
250 ch. Fort Rd.
Sturgeon Falls, Ontario  P2B 2N7

Tel: 705-753-4716
Fax: 705-753-5476

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Ice House

The Sturgeon River House Museum's Glacière Duquette Icehouse, located in the Innercourt of the museum grounds, is dedicated to the family of Fern & Jeannine Duquette from Crystal Falls who volunteered their time to design and build this icehouse in November 2000 for the education and enjoyment of all Museum visitors.

Barney the Blacksmith

Barney the Blacksmith skillfully displaying his craft in the "Charles Blacksmith Shop" during the Annual Cranberry Festival.

Boat Launch and Docking Facilities

The museum boasts spectacular docking and launching facilities which are very useful during our many events such as the Annual Pike Tournament, kayak clinics and many more.

The Cranberry Bog

Cranberries are one of the museum's main attractions as they grow naturally along our trails. Records indicate that the Hudson Bay Co. exploited this important resource as early back as 1856. Although no longer picked for commercial use, area residents still make a seasonal trek to the bog to pick cranberries.To highlight this important heritage the museum hosts an Annual Cranberry Festival in October.

The Nature Trails

For that nature enthusiast, a network of all season trails with boardwalks and wood chips, lead to a nearby cranberry bog and a waterfowl staging area that highlight the area's natural heritage.

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