Come visit the Bintet House Interpretive Centre and Museum in Mayo, which houses a collection of historical photos, interpretive information and extensive geology display, information about silver and gold mining, and local crafts. It can be found in a restored heritage building in Mayo (corner of Second and Centre streets), and features displays on area history, wildlife, geology, and local permafrost studies. Nearby is a monument marking the start of the Prince of Wales Trail and the local section of the Trans Canada Trail.
Mayo offers a good range of attractions and services: accommodations, eating facilities, gas / propane, groceries, post office, campgrounds / RV parks, float plane base, etc. The Village of Mayo offers free camping at Gordon Park and McIntyre Park. Visit our website.