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What a find! This was a welcome stop on a cold wet day. At the end of summer, when not much else was open, we just enjoyed the chance to look at so many interesting (and some luxurious) products and buy a few. We warmed...More
Stopping at the French River Trading Post, "home of the hungry bear", has been a traditional part of our travels north for 30+ years. While there, we always shop at the trading post and grab a bite to eat at the restaurant.
Burgers & fries...More
Always a great stop on the highway to Thunder Bay!
They have a large vatiety of great products! Beautiful moccasins and gorgeous clothes. They have beautiful Leishman Pottery and all sorts of other artisan made products. Definitely worth the stop!!! Look for the big blue...More
First of all my husband and I make this a stopping point on our journey home from the cottage each year. We carefully and thoughfully choose something to remind us of our visit. This year we chose two pottery mugs with Loons on them. We...More
I love stopping at the trading post on my North. The store is really amazing and has everything Canadian you could possibly think of and much more! I always end up buying a bunch of stuff..
Make sure you're hungry since the restaurant here is...More
This place us truly wonderful. If you are looking for something truly Canadian from flannel lumber jackets to the best Indigenous arts this is where to find it. The only problem is, tour credit card can take a beating, you'll want to fill your home...More
The Trading Post sells a lot of very unique and original souvenirs, postcards, books on local history, camping & canoeing, First Nations handicraft, knives, one-of-a-kind shirts, apparels and in-house made cream and butter fudge. Although most items are expensive, they can make very distinctive and...More
Visited this trading post on a recent stay to Grundy Lake Provincial Park. The store itself had a vast assortment of clothing, blankets, souvenirs, jewelry, fudge and jams that it is easy to find something that peaks your interest. After sampling a flavored dip, I...More