Gerry Cariou

Gerry is Executive Director of Ontario's Sunset Country Travel Association and is an avid fisherman and nature photographer. Gerry has been writing about Sunset Country's varied travel experiences for over 20 years and lives these experiences year-round in Kenora, Ontario.

More Articles By Gerry Cariou

Gold Rush, Fur Traders, And More

Step back in time at these museums.

Find out what camping in canada's wilderness is all about

Have you ever gone camping in Canada? If not this is your guide!

Take a Road Trip at the Right Time

6 routes for viewing the fall colour change in Sunset Country

Check Out How Things Have Changed

Or stayed the same...

Kay-Nah-Chi-Wah-Nung Historical Centre

A must-see just off the highway!

Big Fish and Lots of Them

Catch 7 Different Species in Sunset Country

Going Fishing in Canada?

Get the answers to your questions

Rainy Day in Kenora?

Here's 5 things to do.

5 paradoxes about winter in Sunset Country

Things are not always what you assume.

Explore the Trails Around Vermilion Bay

Hike the trails around Eagle Lake and Blue Lake.

Fish Eagle Lake

68,000 acres, 70 miles long and over 400 islands

Floating Lodges Offer a Different Sunset Country Vacation Experience

Geta different view of the setting sun each day

A Bucket List Trip for Eco-tourists

Venture into the wilderness landscapes of Canada's boreal forest!

Keep calm & float on

Why a houseboat vacation in Ontario should be your next trip.

Discover Winter in Sunset Country

Skiing, ice fishing, and snowmobiling await in this snowy Northwest Ontario paradise

Winter Dog Sled Tours

The Most Unique Way to See Sunset Country

Fishing buddies for 50 years

Five decades of fish tales and friendship

Vacation Destinations for Northern Folk

Look No Further Than Sioux Narrows and Nestor Falls

Where the Road Ends and the Wilderness Begins

Pickle Lake: the Last Frontier

Rats and Flour Just Don't Go Together!

How Kenora got its name.