Some of the things you can see or do are:
- Railroad 4008 Heritage Museum is located at the head of 4th Street next to the Tourism Bureau. This museum offers a look at railroad history contained in an actual rail car.
- Visit Rainy River Town Hall next to 4008 Steam Engine and walk the garden and paths. Have your picture taken next to the Yonge Street sign. Yonge Street is the longest street in the world. It ends - or begins, depending on who you talk to - in Rainy River.
- Hannam Park is located on the river at the end of 4th Street. The park offers camping with full hook-ups and tenting. For the children, there are a splash pad, wading pool, swings, climbing, and slides. The park has a boat launch, docks, and a food concession. This is a great place to stay or spend the day within the town of Rainy River.
Visit the Kay-Nah-Chi-Wah-Nung Historical Centre (Manitou Mounds) at nearby Rainy River First Nation - the location of a national historic site. An interpretive centre and tour of the ancient burial grounds will give you an appreciation of an ancient civilization. Tours of the First Nation's sturgeon hatchery can be arranged with a reservation. The Rainy River and Lake of the Woods were once considered one of the largest sturgeon fisheries in the world but are now regarded as sensitive breeding waters for this prehistoric fish.
For more information on things to do in Rainy River, call the Township of Rainy River at 807-852-1342.