Lake Nipigon is situated on the 50th
parallel, An immense lake of pristine beauty, it is
roughly ninety miles long and sixty-five miles wide.
The scenic aspect of the lake is unsurpassed. The
shoreline varies from white and black sand beaches to
sheer bluffs on the pre-cambrian mountain range that
encompasses the lake. In the cooler months of spring and
fall the aurora borealis presents a breathtaking sight
in the night sky. Truly nature's serenity at it's best.
Due to limited access roads, this large glacial lake
has remained remote and unspoiled. it's shores and
waters abound with fish and wildlife. it is the natural
home of the beaver, timber wolf and moose, in addition
to osprey, bald eagles, loons and other water fowl.
The absence of angling pressure has resulted in Lake
remaining a world class fishery, Although famous for
sized brook trout, Lake Nipigon offers a variety of
other fish species
including lake trout, walleye and northern pike.
We are accessible by
road, located on Highway 11, 26 miles north of the town
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