Located approximately 377 miles north of Thunder Bay, Ontario, Canada or 270 miles north of Sioux Lookout,
Ontario. 53 58' North Latitude and 90 00' West Latitude, Northwestern, Ontario.
Accessible by air year round and winter road during January, February and March Ice freezes
up in late October or early November Ice begins to breakup in May.
Warmest temperature 45 degrees fahrenheit. Coldest temperature 40 degrees fahrenheit.
Lake Size and Attractions:
- Largest lake in Northwestern, Ontario, Canada.
miles long and 18 miles wide.
- Lots of beaches for swimming, canoeing, fishing & camping.
on over to our community & enjoy the vast unspoiled wilderness.
Moose, Caribou, Black Bear,
Timber Wolf, Red Fox , Beaver, Otter, Muskrat, Wolverine, Rabbit, Marten,
Mink, Lynx, Red Squirrel, Weasel, Mouse, Skunk,
Chipmunk & Moles.
Wild Fowl & Birds:
Canada Goose, Snow Goose, Scooters, Loon, Grebe,
Mallard, Bluebills, Golden Eye Hens, Pintail Hens, Ring Neck Duck, Mergansers,
Green Wing Teal, Partridge, Swans, Grouse, Ptarmigan,
Bald Eagle, Fish & Bird Hawks, Crow, Raven, Gulls, Robin, Owl, Gray
Canada Jay, Sparrow, Night Hawks, Kingfisher, Black Birds, Snow Birds, Heron & several kinds
of small birds.
Lake & Brook Trout, Speckled
Trout, Walleye, Northern Pike, White Fish, Ling, Sturgeon, Red & Brown Suckers,
Perch, Frogs & Garter Snakes.
Ants, Worms, House &
Black Flies, Wasps, Dragon Flies, May Flies,
several kinds of Butterflies
and several kinds of bugs & lots of mosquitos.
Black & White Spruce, Jack Pine, Evergreens, Poplar and Birch.
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