Betty's of Fort Frances retail store provides a unique shopping experience for all.
Located in the heart of Fort Frances, Ontario, and just minutes from the Canada/U.S. border, the store features 10,000 square feet to explore! Our helpful and friendly staff are well versed with the diverse stock of unique merchandise and are happy to assist customers with all their shopping needs. Enjoy browsing our website to see just some of what we have and stop in to see us soon!
Bite Me Bait & Tackle is a retail store that sells bait, tackle, fishing licenses and sporting goods.
Your local shopping center is now open.
We have many products including groceries, frozen foods, and fuel.
Winter Hours of operation are 8 AM to 6 PM - seven days a week.
We carry all fuel types for your needs.
- Mid grade
We also carry Propane Exchange tanks.
Tobacco products now available.
Visit our site often for updates on new items in stock!
We accept Debit, Visa and MasterCard.
An ATM machine is available.
Hope to see you at J&J's.
Established in 1898, Tompkins Hardware has developed a strong reputation in the Rainy River District for dependable quality and service. Over the years our store has undergone many changes, but has maintained a constant high standard for service.
Minn Kota authorized repair service center, sales & service, dry ice, fish packing, wild rice, jam, maple syrup, souvenir t-shirts & sweatshirts
Area's Largest Tackle Selection
Serving our fishing community since 1936.
Chester Fried Chicken, Pizza, Wings, Potato Wedges. Ice, Gas, Convenience Foods, Groceries, Lottery Center
In June 1999,they opened a Chester Fried Chicken operation in the store. Unlike a franchise, they pay no fees to a parent company. They had to buy their equipment and continue to use the seasoning mixes that give their product its unique taste. Aside from that, the booming new business is theirs to run as they please, without having to pay franchise fees. “That all happened so fast, it was unreal. It brings in a lot of different people who come just for the chicken,” says Colleen Perreault.