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One day of fun

Visit the Gilles Gagnon Welcome Centre

Stop by at our Welcome Centre and let the staff guide you in your choice of activities. You can also take pictures with our moose and wolves that can then be added to our Wall of Tourists!

We also keep a good variety of travel guides from different Towns and Cities in Ontario and the other provinces.

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Spend the day at the Johnson's Lake beach

Spend the day bathing in the sun or in the water! You can also play some Volleyball or enjoy the lake on a kayak or any other gasless watercraft.

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Play a round of golf

Hearst Golf Club offers golfers an ideal setting to play the game they love and to hone their skills. Its friendly atmosphere and unparalleled service guarantee all golfers an unforgettable experience.

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Take a walk in one of our trails

1. Fitness trail: the trail parallels the Mattawishkwia river for 3 km, with access to Kinsey and Lecours Park.

2. Highway 11: Starting at Cecile Trailer park, this trail will take you on a 7.5 km along Highway 11.

3. Johnson's Lake: Starting on Marchildon Road, this 2 km trail will take you to Johnson's Lake.

4. Highway 583: Following Highway 583 South, this trail starts on 9th Street and will lead you to Girard Road, near Grenier Cemetery. 

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Visit Memorial Park

Honor our veterans by stopping by at Memorial Park. A few statues are in place to represent the sacrifices of our veterans.

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Admire the Mattawishkwia River

As part of Lecours Park, the River Observatory is the perfect place to relax, stretch your legs and take a small break. 

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Shop in our downtown stores

Discover the Hearst costumer service in the shops located in our Downtown Hearst BIA.

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Play at the water park

The perfect stop on a hot summer day to get the kids (and adults) to cool down! 

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Play some tennis

The Town of Hearst maintains 4 tennis courts during the summer.  Lighting is provided every day until 11pm.  For those who would like to practice individually, there is a board on site for this.  The tennis courts are located behind the Hearst High School.

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Walk the hiking trails at the Fushimi Provincial Park

The Fushimi Lake Provincial Park has two hiking trails to offer. The first one being the Achilles Lake Trail, which is a 1 km trail leading to a small lake at the north side of the campground, offering jaw dropping sunsets. The second trail is the Fire Tower Trail, a 7 km trail leading to one of the few original fire lookout towers left in Ontario. The tower was built in the 1930s and was used to keep watch for fires in summertime.

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Visit Nations' Park

Designed by local artist, Laurent Vaillancourt, the Nations' Park represents most of the Town's local ethnic heritage. Created as part of the Town's centennial anniversary, each branch of the tree represents a culture present in Town. The tree is seated on the back of a turtle, representing the Indigenous heritage and communities.

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