HOW TO GET HERE

Caliper Lake Provincial Park

BY LAND

Travel south on Highway #71 from the communities of Sioux Narrows and Nestor Falls. The Moose n Fiddle Music Festival site, on beautiful Caliper Lake Provincial Park, is just six minutes south of Nestor Falls.

Caliper Lake Provincial Park is a 90-minute drive from Fort Frances (via highway 11 and 71) and 126km from Kenora (via highway 17 and 71). 

SHUTTLE BUS

Totem Lodge is partnering with us, once again. A shuttle bus will pick-up Festival-goers at Sioux Narrows Provincial Park and the Travel Centre in Nestor Falls. The shuttle bus is free of charge. First come–first served.

FRIDAY, AUGUST 17
Pick-Up at Sioux Narrows Provincial Park Gatehouse: Departure at 5pm

Pick-Up at Northern Ontario Sportfishing Centre: Departure at 5:15pm

Pick-Up at Travel Centre in Nestor Falls: Departure at 5:50pm

Return to Nestor Falls / Sioux Narrows: Departure at 10:15pm (Parking Lot, Moose n Fiddle Festival Site)

SATURDAY, AUGUST 18
Pick-Up at Sioux Narrows Provincial Park Gatehouse: Departure at 2:15pm

Pick-Up at Northern Ontario Sportfishing Centre: Departure at 2:30pm

Pick-Up at Travel Centre in Nestor Falls: Departure at 3:10pm

Return to Nestor Falls / Sioux Narrows: Departure at 10:15pm (Parking Lot, Moose n Fiddle Festival Site)

PARKING & DRIVERS

We encourage all Festival-goers to wear comfortable, sensible footwear. We ask most able-bodied people to park in the lot that is right beside the maintenance yard at Caliper Lake Provincial Park. Volunteer Gator Drivers go back and forth during the Festival—bringing people to and from the parking lot to the Festival site. The walk from the maintenance yard to the Festival site is “not too long” and we promise there are no big hills to traverse.

The parking lot that is adjacent to the Festival site is for people with disabilities, security, assigned Festival volunteers & staff, and emergency vehicles. This parking lot, right next to the Festival site, has restricted access with a view to using it for loading/offloading during the Moose n Fiddle Festival. The patience and support of all crafters, musicians, and patrons is greatly appreciated.