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Beaverland Camp was built at the turn of the century and became a fishing lodge in the 1920's. It is steeped in tradition and, in those early days, those who came to Beaverland Camp loved the wilderness and entered it humbly taking with them only memories - leaving nothing behind but their footprints.... more
Offering four seasons of fun, Lake Herridge Lodge is a sportsman's dream no matter what the season. Embark on a fishing expedition in search of that trophy catch, hunt small or big game with the aid of a guide or alone, or hike through the lush woodland trails. When the winter wonderland arrives, snowmobile through the snowy trails, try some ice... more
Mountain Home Lodge offers easily reached fishing and hunting vacations which can be enjoyed by everyone. Good walleye, northern pike, and smallmouth bass fishing; bear hunting in the spring and fall; exciting moose, ruffed grouse and duck hunting in season. Comfortable, fully furnished, heated cottages. Great home cooked meals served country style... more
Located 250 miles (400 km) north of Toronto, on HWY #11 Ravenscroft Lodge is a three star fishing and hunting lodge nestled on Jumping Caribou Lake, providing the only access available to tourists.... more
Located on the shores of Herridge lake, 5 miles south of Temagami. Large, clean HK cottages, cozy living rooms, 3 piece bathrooms, fully equipped kitchens, gas BBQ's, beach & store. Tent and trailer sites. Fish the home lake or take a wilderness adventure with our Back Lake fishing packages. We have boats, motors and gas on a chain of lakes,... more
Nestled in the heart of the Temagami Provincial Forest, surrounded by a skyline of red and white pine on the crystal waters of Angus Lake, Ridgewood Cottages are the ultimate destination for outdoor adventures and rustic relaxation. A 1909 Grand Trunk Railway Brochure described this area as "a peerless region, offering pleasures unobtainable in any... more