In light of all of the recent events surrounding the COVID 19 virus, we would like to assure people that we are optimistic that our season will continue as planned. As of right now the schools and establishments with public gatherings of 50 or more, have closed down operations until April 3rd and reopening after that. There has been a lot of media speculation and articles floating around, we have been following the guidelines on the government of Ontario web link https://www.canada.ca/en/public-health/services/diseases/2019-novel-coronavirus-infection.html. We will take every precaution necessary to ensure the cabins, office, aircraft etc will be sanitized and cleaned. Just think, a remote lake and private cabin with no one else around is the perfect place to be to relax and get away from it all.
We will keep you updated as things happen. Always feel free to call us at 807-227-5473 or email us at email@example.com if you have any questions.
On a lighter note, we have lots of birch bark around if we run out of toilet paper.
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If you’re looking for a real getaway, this is the place! Stunning vistas and nature at its finest, including recent sightings of bald eagles, trumpeter swans and majestic moose.
This catch and release lake is only 1.5-miles, 1900 acres, but don’t let its size fool you. Some of our guests have caught hundreds of good-sized walleye and northern pike on this highly productive fishing lake, thanks to its range of rocky, weedy and sandy shorelines.
There are two islands on the lake, and southwest of our outpost is a short trail to a portage lake.
In no time at all, you’ll consider this cabin home. Its large veranda and charming wooden kitchen sets the scene for relaxation. After fighting with fish all day, ease your aching muscles in the sauna bath. You may even get the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to see nature’s finest show: the Northern Lights.
New solar system installed in 2015 along with one outlet for charging small electronics.