Manitouwadge is a small town in Northern Ontario.
By car. From the Trans-Canada take the 614 north and it ends at the town.
The town itself is small enough to walk around to most destinations. There is a taxi service if you don't feel like walking. The taxi will also take you to the town of White River about an hour away, and to Marathon Ontario which is also about an hour away.
There is excellent hunting in the forest around the town for moose, black bear and grouse. There are many lakes for fishing of pike, walleye and several other fish species. There are many logging roads that will take you deep into the bush, but you will want a truck of ATV for this. There are hunting and fishing outfitters that can arrange trips as well.
Off roading is also popular and there is an ATV jamboree in the summer.
Outside of town most of the forest is owned by the province and is called crown land. Access is generally unrestricted but non-Canadians will need a guide if they wish to camp on crown land. There is ample opportunity for hiking and viewing wild life. Canoe trips can be planned on the many lakes and rivers in the area, and the Black river eventually leads to Lake Superior. Outdoor adventures are only limited by imagination and skill. Some of the area are very remote and there will be no cell service in most of the wooded areas outside of town that are off the beaten path. Woodsman survival skills and equipment are important to have along if venturing far into crown lands.
There are 2 restaurants in town, a coffee shop, bar and pizzeria. There is also a grocery store in town as well.
There is one bar in town and it sells most alcohol that is typically found in a bar in Canada. There is also a Liquor store.
There is a small motel in town, a few bed and breakfasts, a hunting lodge and houses that rent by the week.