When Septimus Prince arrived here in 1860 he saw a place rich in natural beauty. Today, the splendour remains. We plan to keep Prince Township ‘simply beautiful’ for years to come.
Gros Cap Marina Park offers a safe and easy way to launch and dock kayaks and canoes. It’s great for people with disabilities, children or seniors. The park offers a small tenting area for cycling and/or water travellers. The Fisheries and Oceans marina offers a boat launch and docking facilities.
Experience our section of the Voyageur Trail System. The Saulteaux (pronounced Soo toe)Voyageur Trail Club schedules over 30 outings a year including hikes, trail maintenance, snowshoes, bushwhack skis and backpacking. You do NOT have to be fit to participate! They schedule several outings a year for small children and/or beginners.
Prince Township provides a free outdoor rink during the winter months, of course.As well, a snow machine trail meanders through the township.
Visit our library and Best Start Hub. Take in the annual Tractor Parade and museum in the summer.
In Prince Township, you’ll find delicious food at Boots and Saddles and all the amenities you’ll need at the Airways General Store, including fuel and propane.
You don’t want to miss the stunning view and breathtaking sunsets where St. Mary’s River ends and Lake Superior begins. The fall colours adorning the Pre-Cambrian shield are a must see!
Come and help celebrate Canada’s 150th and Prince’s 120th birthdays with us!
Keep in touch by phone – 705-779-2992, website – www.princetwp.ca, Facebook or drop in at 3042 Second Line West, Prince Township, P6A 6K4