- Moose N’ Fiddle Music Festival -

The Moose n’ Fiddle summer music festival is centred around professional and emerging musicians, folk bands, country singer/songwriters on the outdoor stage with curated artisans, craft beer tent, music workshops, and food trucks on-site creating a village-like atmosphere. An apt description of the Moose n’ Fiddle summer music festival is one big outdoor kitchen party that we hope people will want to come back to, again and again, animating Caliper Lake Provincial Park for one weekend in August year after year. The Moose n’ Fiddle summer music festival creates a distinctive platform for community arts and culture to flourish and thrive on the eastern shores of the Lake of the Woods in the Township of Sioux Narrows and Nestor Falls.

The Festival showcases all kinds of music for all kinds of people from folk, to Celtic, to blues, to root, to country and provide access to a crafters’ market, local food trucks, and fresh, handcrafted beer. An outdoor summer music festival is tailor-made for young and old, residents, summer residents, and tourists from near and far away. The Moose n’ Fiddle summer music festival at Caliper Lake Provincial Park brings the great outdoors together with fun and accessible popular music.  We can’t wait to welcome everyone back again at the summer’s end.

This ‘COOL LITTLE FESTIVAL’ returns to Nestor Falls, Ontario, Canada at Caliper Lake Provincial Park. It is all happening under a canopy of tall pines and along the water’s edge from August 18 to August 20, 2016.


Thursday, August 18
Brooklyn Doran at 7pm
Mike Procyshyn & Lonesome Boxcar at 8:30pm

Friday, August 19
Fu Fu Chi Chi Choir at 6pm
Sweet Alibi at 7:15pm
Woody Holler & His Orchestra at 8:30pm

Saturday, August 20
Kitchen Party at 2:30pm
Little Miss Higgins at 4:30pm
Fiddle & Banjo at 6pm
The Dead South at 7:30pm
Jonathan Roy at 8:45pm

Woody Linton: Emcee

The Artisans Village returns, in partnership with Leaning Tree Arts Council, with crafters of all kinds displaying their creative inspirations and selling their wares. Food and drink is brought to you by Lake of the Woods Brewing Company, Stan-Wiches Food Truck (Winnipeg) and The Black Pizza Oven (Vermillion Bay).

  • Festival Passes

  • Price: $ 70.00 CAD Quantity:

  • Seniors & Children 6-12 Festival Passes

  • Price: $ 60.00 CAD Quantity:
    Children 5 & Under - Free

  • Thursday August 18 Day Pass

  • Price: $ 15.00 CAD Quantity:
    Children 5 & Under - Free

  • Friday August 19 Day Pass

  • Price: $ 25.00 CAD Quantity:
    Children 5 & Under - Free

  • Saturday, August 20 Day Pass

  • Price: $ 35.00 CAD Quantity:
    Children 5 & Under - Free
  • $ 0.00 CAD



Caliper Lake Provincial Park is a small provincial park, managed by the Township of Sioux Narrows-Nestor Falls, in northwestern Ontario. The park occupies 147 hectares (360 acres) alongside Caliper Lake. The facility is open for day use and overnight camping from mid-May to mid-September. The park features 83 campsites, many with electrical hookups, and some which may be rented for the entire season. The park offers many amenities, including a sandy beach, hiking trails, playground equipment, fish cleaning facilities, boat launches, bathrooms, and showers. Canoes are available for rental.

The park is known for its beautiful red and white pine trees. The day use area is the site for the Moose n Fiddle Music Festival. Caliper Lake Provincial Park is located off Ontario Highway 71, just south of Nestor Falls. The park entrance is 150 Caliper Lake Park Road.


83 picturesque campsites await you at Caliper Lake. One-quarter of the sites have electrical hook-up and a dump and fill station is located in the park. A modern comfort station with showers and flush toilets is centrally located in the campground. Caliper Lake has one group campsite located on the east side of the park, directly overlooking the lake. A water tap and vault toilets are on site; showers are located a 10-minute walk away at the comfort station. This site can accommodate up to 40 people. Caliper Lake has eight waterfront campsites where you park along the main road and take a short path  (20m-50m) to your campsite. These campsites are very popular.

For reservations, visit www.ontarioparks.com/park/caliperlake or call 807.484.2181.

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