DISCOVER KIRKLAND LAKE
Kirkland Lake was historically known as “The Hub of the North” for its strategic location in the centre of Northeastern Ontario. A three hour drive in any direction will connect you with the region’s major population centres, be it Timmins in the north, North Bay in the south, Sudbury in the west or Rouyn-Noranda in the east. Kirkland Lake is the ideal central meeting point, and Heritage North the perfect host facility.
Heritage North is located next to two full service hotels;
Comfort Inn and MicroTel Inn & Suites by Wyndham. A short distance away is the fully refurbished Super 8 Motel. Total local hotel rooms number 215. Nearby amenities include Kirkland Lake’s famed Miners Memorial, the Museum of Northern History at the Sir Harry Oakes Chateau, and the historic Toburn Minesite. Those seeking a breath of fresh air can explore nearby Kinross Pond park. The one km walking trail around the pond connects with various exercise stations, while the placards placed around the pond gives an interesting glimpse into Kirkland Lake's history.