How to Get here

The festival takes place in Red Rock, Ontario, a beautiful town on the shore of Lake Superior.  The Township of Red Rock is located 90 km east of Thunder Bay and 8 km south off Highway 11/17 on Hwy. 628. Red Rock is a small scenic community overlooking Lake Superior’s Nipigon Bay, nestled between the towering cliffs of How Mountain and the rugged shores of Lake Superior.

Driving

Come by Boat

 The Marina in Red Rock is in the secure freshwater harbour of Nipigon Bay. It has deep water access from the Simpson Channel all the way to a fully-serviced Marina.  The Marina hosts a state-of-the-art security system operating 24 hours of surveillance recording.  The Marina entrance has a depth of 3 meters (9'8") up to and along the fueling peninsula.  The Marina has three docks with a capability of docking 82 vessels.

 

Additional amenities include: washroom, shower and laundry facilities, Wi-Fi access  The Marina  Restaurant and Superior Treasures Gift Shop.  Gas and diesel fuel, pump out, water, electrical and launch facilities are available at the marina between the months of May to October.

 

For rates and slip registration visit the Red Rock Marina website.



 

Red Rock is approximately 100 KM East of Thunder Bay.  Coming from Thunder Bay, follow the Trans Canada Highway for 94 KM, until you see the turnoff on the right side of the Highway for ON-628 (Red Rock turn off). Continue for 5 km, and you will see the festival main gate on your left, at Pull-a-Log Park!  

 

TICKETS AVAILABLE AT MAIN GATE


Adult (19+) - $100 
Senior (65+)/Youth (13-18) - $90
Child (5-12) - $35

Children 4 and under are free. 

Camping passes are $20 per person - children 4 and under free.

The campground is pet free. There are a variety of pet boarding options in the Nipigon, Pass Lake and Thunder Bay area. Please search the Internet to find the one which suits you and your four-legged friend the best!

 
 

The festival takes place in one of the most beautiful and surreal places on earth. Red Rock’s marina front Pull-A-Log Park is located on the north shore of Lake Superior and is fully accessible by car or boat.

Red Rock is 110 km east of Thunder Bay on the TransCanada highway, and 15 km west of Nipigon.

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