The Town of Smooth Rock Falls, Ontario, was incorporated in 1929. It has had a long rich history in the Forestry and Energy sector. Located on Highway 11 between Cochrane and Kapuskasing, along the scenic Mattagami River, Smooth Rock Falls is more than just your typical northern town.
We are a safe, friendly, bilingual community in which to live, raise a family and retire. The town supports many volunteer groups and has a passion for promoting the north and its attributes. The location of Smooth Rock Falls makes this a great place for the outdoor enthusiast and adventurist.
Visitors are encouraged to take advantage of our museum at 45 Third Avenue, which depicts the heritage of this area. You can learn about the community and the vital part it played in shaping the Forestry and Energy sector in Northern Ontario.
Smooth Rock Falls is also the proud host of its annual festival the “Smooth Truck Fest” which takes place the fourth weekend of August. This is a tire-squealing and rubber-burning good time for people of all ages. The festival draws about 4000 people annually. It includes a parade, car show, heritage exhibits, children’s activities, nightly entertainment and of course truck, ATV and riding lawnmower races. It’s an event that needs to be experienced first-hand to be truly appreciated. Save the date, come out and see what Smooth Rock Falls has to offer – you will be glad you did!
To see more please visit the photo and video gallery or visit www.smoothtruckfest.com.