Places to stay in Chelmsford, Ontario
We currently have 10 accommodations in and around Chelmsford with other regional listings available for Campgrounds, Motels, Hotels, Inns and other properties.. You can filter listings by the available types:
Founded in 1868, Chelmsford started out as an outpost on the Canadian Pacific Railway. Some say Chelmsford was named by one the Canadian Pacific Railway engineers, who was from the United Kingdom. As with many communities in Northern Ontario, logging and fur trapping were the first industries. Places to eat in the region include Chew's Restaurant, 2 Thumbs Up, Algoma Tavern, and Signatures Restaurant.
Wondering where to stay? Travellers have a number of motel options available. If you are travelling in the area, Chelmsford is located close to Little Chief Lake, Elbow Lake, Cook's Island, Basin Mines and Morin Lake.
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More about the areas accommodations and tourism
Having depleted the lumber in the early 1900s, Chelmsford turned to mining and agriculture to support the town's economy. Errington Mine and Nickel Offset mine were two of the largest mines in Chelmsford and both closed in the 1930s.
Other local Chelmsford information and places to visit.
- Longitude: -81°11'51.662
- Latitude: 46°34'39.802
Things to see and do
Located at 122 Big Nickel Road. Science North & Dynamic Earth - Northern Ontario's most popular tourist attraction, a world leader in science communication.
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