Twin Bears Resort

For visitors seeking a peaceful stay, there is no better place in the nearby area to experience nature in all her glory. The surrounding wilderness is filled with life. The river, connected by streams and rivers for more miles than the eye can see, is filled with northern pikes, perch, small mouth bass, walleye and white fish. In the nearby wooded areas, bears, ducks, moose and small game grouse make their home. Whether you’re here to hunt game during hunting season or enjoy a relaxing day of fishing, you’ll find everything you could ever hope on a peaceful trip to the wilderness at Twin Bears Resort.

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Twin Bears Resort offers plenty for individuals seeking a bit of relaxation and for groups seeking to get away from the urban rush. Everything from group fishing trips, family vacations, group hunting trips, bird watching, mountain biking and swimming can be enjoyed in this blissful wooded paradise. You can explore the nearby nature trails with your group, take in the amazing and crystal clear night skies like you’ve never seen them before, and even explore nearby abandoned mines. The best part is that’s just the start of the activities that you can enjoy at Twin Bears, because Rick and Janet Robillard offer a number of other activities that are sure to keep you constantly enjoying your stay here.

Twin Bears Resort sits nestled just 29 miles west of New Liskeard and a little more than 12 miles east of Ellis Lake if you take highway #65. When you approach the resort, you’ll see a 1.5 mile stretch of graveled road that only adds to the natural beauty that the resort already has. In other words, you can’t miss it.

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If you’re someone who can picture yourself enjoying the wonders of nature, then you’ll find it best enjoyed in this family friendly environment. There’s no fluff or distractions to take away from the pleasure of the surrounding area, just smiles and good times in this amazing getaway from your worries.

Elk Lake - Matachewan Ont. Wilderness Region

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