Blue Heron Resort
Cottages and RV Camping Sites on the Spanish River North Channel
A family fishing, housekeeping cottage resort with recreational facilities. RV camping, tent camps sites on the Spanish River – Spanish Ontario, North Channel, Northern Lake Huron, North of Manitoulin Island.
Housekeeping Cottages & RV Sites, Tent Campsites
Rental housekeeping (self catering ) cottages for families and groups with the accent on fishing for walleye, pike, bass and muskie. RV camping with RV Campsites equipped with utilities. Tent camping on excellent campsites near the water. The 2008 fishing season offered excellent fishing. Walleye fishing was very good in July and August. In our area of the Spanish River the limit, for those with a Sport Fishing License, is 4 but only one can be greater than 18 inches. Northern pike were also hitting well, a camp record of 45 inches was caught and released, and several muskie were caught and released.
FUN FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY
Fishing at Blue Heron Resort is a favorite activity, but it is also a great place for bird watchers, nature lovers, photographers, and people who just want to get away to relax.
Our family resort offers Modern fully-equipped Cottages, Camping, and RV sites.
Self Catering Housekeeping Cottages.
The cottages come complete with 4-piece bathrooms, kitchens with appliances, cookware, dishes, & cutlery, all linens, combination TV/VCRs, and clock radios.
The resort has a children’s playground, TV lounge, horseshoe pits, swimming deck, and a badminton volleyball area. There is fun for the entire family.
Fishing the Spanish River or the North Channel of Lake Huron offers anglers a wide variety of fishing action and beautiful scenery. Walleye, Northern Pike, Smallmouth Bass, and Perch tend to be the most sought after, but there are also Muskie, Crappie, pan fish, Catfish, Rainbow Trout, Salmon, and more.
We are the only resort on the lower Spanish River, which offers some of the best fishing in Ontario.
We have a quiet, secluded setting even though we are just one mile off of highway 17.