Top 10 Ontario Hunting Lodges: Silv’ry Moon Lodge
No offense to your Labrador retriever, but Trout Lake promises to be one of the finest hunting companions you’ve ever had. The sandy banks and pristine waters of this Ontario lake give way to acre after acre of Canadian wilderness, where massive bull moose – soon to be mounted on your wall – taunt you with their calls.
Even if you only bag a calf, the journey is half the fun at Silv’ry Moon Lodge. Wake with the loons each morning, fall asleep under the light of the moon each night and stalk the Ontario wilderness to your heart’s content in the long hours in between. Hearty meals and cozy accommodations are included in every Silv’ry Moon hunt. And while Trout Lake serves as a watering hole for cows and their calves, it’s also filled with northern pike, perch, walleye and muskie that patiently await your hook!
You’re the type of parent who’s accustomed to your kids racing up to you, covered head to toe in dirt and with a slimy frog clasped tightly in their grasp. For you, a family vacation to Silv’ry Moon Lodge finds you in familiar territory – even if you’ve never set foot on Canadian soil before. The lodge’s log cabins even include screened porches that are perfect for card games just beyond the pesky mosquito’s reach.
Things to Know
Each Silv’ry Moon cabin steps out to the pine-studded shores of Trout Lake, where kids can reel in a full stringer of tasty pan fish with just a few casts.
Related Onsite Offerings
The lodge’s convenience store carries bread, milk, pop, ice, candy, firewood and fishing tackle.
To reach Silv’ry Moon Lodge, head north on Hwy. 400 from Toronto to Hwy. 69. Proceed north on Hwy. 69 to Hwy. 64. Proceed through Noelville on 535 to Trout Lake Road. Turn left and follow the signs to the lodge.