Places to stay in Cochrane, Ontario
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Cochrane is a town in northern Ontario. It is located east of Kapuskasing, northeast of Timmins, south of Moosonee, and north of Iroquois Falls. It is about a one-hour drive from Timmins, the major city of the region. It is the seat of Cochrane District. Places to eat in the region include Tim Hortons, Pizza Pizza, Spinning Wheel Restaurant, and KFC.
Wondering where to stay? Visitors have access to a number of hotels in the city, though there are a few nearby Bed and Breakfasts. If you are travelling in the area, Cochrane is located close to Frederick House Lake Provincial Nature Reserve, Meadow Creek, Charpentier Falls, Potter Lake and Kingsmill Creek.
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- Longitude: -81°2'47.76
- Latitude: 49°3'50.04
Things to see and do
Cochrane Annual Winter Carnival
Located at 171 Fourth Avenue. In February each year, Cochrane will host its Annual Winter Carnival. Come and enjoy the many festivites planned during the week. Contact us for the exact dates.
Cochrane Polar Bear Habitat & Heritage Village
Located at 1 Drury Park Road. The Polar Bear Habitat & Heritage Village is a non-profit facility committed to conservation, education, research and recreation of the human and natural heritage of the lower James Bay ecosystem and the Great North Clay Belt. We rehabilitate non-releasable polar bears from sub-standard zoos, circuses, private ownership, and the wild. Animals are offered the most advanced bear husbandry techniques in the international captive animal community. Once rehabilitated the bears will remain with us if they are old bears looking for a place to retire. If they are young bears, we will find new homes for them in the international captive community that meet our high standards of care. Polar bears that have been rehabilitated at the Habitat will never be abused or neglected again for the rest of their lives. After visiting the bears, come and take walk down our street to memory lane at the Heritage Village, and be welcomed back to a forgotten time.
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