Red Lake, Ontario Street MapThe Corporation of the Municipality of Red Lake consists of the communities of Red Lake, Balmertown, Cochenour, Madsen, McKenzie Island and Staratt Olsen. Click on the Street Map of Red Lake, Canada below to order your FREE Travel Guide & Map that has printed copies of all the communities in Sunset Country. The map below it, is of Balmertown, Ontario just a few minutes drive from Red Lake.
The town maps are great to help you get around on your vacation. The Red Lake map shows you where you can find the post office, police station, Visitor Information Center, the Liquor and Beer Stores, hospital, museums, picnic areas and parks, the Red Lake airport in Cochenour, public beaches and boat launches and more.
The Red Lake hotels and motels, campgrounds and retail and service businesses are also dotted on the map. If you order the FREE Travel Guide & Map, it also comes with an area map that shows you where all the lodges, resorts and outpost cabins are.
If you are heading to Red Lake from Fort Frances or International Falls, Minnesota you'll take Highway 11 east for approximately 30 km (18 miles). Then at the intersection of Highway 11 and Highway 502, make a left and go north on Highway 502 until you get to Highway 17 at the City of Dryden. The drive along to Dryden is 151 km (95 miles). You can turn right into Dryden and pick up any supplies you may need or make a left on Highway 17 and go west towards Vermilion Bay. At Vermilion Bay, make a right and go north on Highway 105 for just over 100 km (63 miles) to reach Ear Falls. Go past Ear Falls and drive north another 70 km (43 miles) untial you reach Red Lake.
From Winnipeg, you'll take the Trans Canada Highway (Highway 1 in Manitoba and Highway 17 in Ontario) and go east for about 300 km (190 miles) until you reach Vermilion Bay. Make a left onto Highway 105 at Vermilion Bay and go north on Highway 105 for just over 170 km (106 miles) to reach Red Lake.
If you're coming from Thunder Bay, you'll take the Trans Canada Highway 17 and go west 385 km (238 miles) until you reach Vermilion Bay. At Vermilion Bay, make a right and go north on Highway 105 for just over 170 km (106 miles) to reach Red Lake.