Gogama, Ontario, Canada


The Legend of Joe LaFlamme



Canoe Routes



Hiking Trails




Gogama Heritage Museum


Bulletin Board

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Located between Sudbury and Timmins on Highway 144, Gogama is one of Northeastern Ontario’s natural treasures.


Situated on pristine Lake Minisinakwa, Gogama is home to roughly 450 people, with the population increasing during summer months.


Gogama has a long history as an Aboriginal trading route and up to the 1950's a Hudson Bay post.


Ojibway for "Jumping Fish" Gogama was a traditional “High Portage” of voyageurs and home of the “Wolf Man of the North” Joe LaFlamme.


The natural beauty of the area can be enjoyed on numerous canoe routes, hiking and snowmobile trails. Gogama also offers world class hunting and fishing, with various motels, lodges and resorts to accommodate visitors.


Citizens and visitors are able to avail themselves of local amenities such as:

--Accommodations: motels, lodges, resorts, cottages, camping sites, trailer parks

--Communications: cell phone, high speed internet, wireless hotspot at library

--Education: French catholic school

--Emergency Services: fire protection, OPP policing, ambulance service

--Food: restaurant/tavern, grocery stores

--Health: nursing station/clinic

--Other Services: garbage dump & pick-up, water & sewer, guided hunting tours

--Recreation: bait shop, baseball field, beach, boat launching sites, canoe routes, community centre,

                    hiking trails, ice rink, library, public playground, religious services, snowmobile trails

--Shopping: ATM, banking, Canada Post office, gas, diesel, propane, LCBO, local art, lotto centres,

                  Purolator/UPS, Sears agency

--Transportation:  bus service, Via train, air charter


Explore our website and discover Gogama - Your Outdoors Destination.



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