This property is located 3 miles before the township of Ear Falls on Lac Seul Lake. Ear Falls is situated on the English River at the Lac Seul Reservoir on Highway 105 in the Patricia Region of Sunset Country in Northwestern Ontario Canada. As North America's Bald Eagle Capital, Ear Falls provides a unique opportunity to witness these majestic birds in flight. The Ear Falls Museum chronicles the history of the area with its display of ancient artifacts.

The Visitor Information Center and Museum are located at the Ear Falls Waterfront Park. There is a large beach and covered picnic area here. The park has “The Patricia” on display. The Patricia is a fully restored freight boat that was built in the 1930’s. There is also a Trout Forest Music Festival each August held at the park.

The history of Ear Falls dates back to 1840, when the Hudson's Bay Company established a trading post at Goldpines. Strategically located halfway between Hudson and Red Lake, at the north extremity of Lac Seul, Gold Pines boomed during the Red Lake Gold Rush. In 1929, Ontario Hydro built a dam on the English River to bring electricity to the Howey Mine in Red Lake, and Ear Falls was established.

Today, Ear Falls can take pride in its accomplishments. The town is attracting new industries, and tourism is expanding. Ear Falls is now a modern community that offers a wide range of services and attractions. Recreational facilities include a nine hole golf course, a fully equipped fitness centre and arena, cross country ski trails, and miles of snowmobile trails.

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