The Municipality of Greenstone spans across the Highway 11 corridor and extends to the communities of Nakina via Highway 584 and Caramat via Highway 625, see map. Greenstone is a prime location for outdoor activities and attractions as it is surrounded by miles of Boreal Forest and vast amounts of lakes and river systems which creates an adventure playground for outdoor enthusiasts.

Greenstone offers many seasonal back country activities that allow residents and visitors to take full advantage of the territory we live in. Enjoy fishing, kayaking, canoeing, hiking, camping, golfing (18 holes), climbing, ice fishing, snowmobiling, skiing, ice climbing or skating.  Interested in the ultimate fishing or hunting experience? Visit one of our 40+ drive-in and fly-in tourism outfitters and resort lodges! Check out our 4 Seasons Tourism Video on YouTube 

Greenstone is home to several First Nations PowWows, Mama & Papa restaurants, Lake Nipigon (over 40 species), The Pijitawabik Palisades, and much more. If you are an American crossing into Canada, Canada Border Services Agency will ensure that updated information is always provided.

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