Set your own pace. Relax and have fun. Our comfortable cottages, unique lodge and well-kept boats are waiting for you on the north shore of Lake Nipissing. Camp La Plage was established in 1934 and has had a long history of providing happy, memorable vacations for fishermen, hunters, groups and families.
Lake Nipissing Fishing Resorts & Lodges
Just three hours north of GTA is Chalkley’s Sandy Bay Cottage Resort. Located on the shore of the beautiful and renown Lake Nipissing you can experience some of the best fishing around. Our beautiful and well equipped cottages will not only give you a place to rest your head, but a comfortable and spacious experience on your next vacation.
located 3.5 hours north of Toronto on the Northwest Bay of Lake Nipissing near Lavigne. We offer excellent family and fishing vacation possibilities. Come stay in our cottages or on one of our tent/trailer sites and enjoy the beautiful lake scenery around the camp.
Open year round all of our three and four bedroom housekeeping cottages are located near the shoreline. Boat and motor rentals available. Enjoy a nice roaring fire in your own private fire pit while watching the beautiful stars above the lake.
People who are looking for a great place to enjoy a beautiful Canadian vacation will love Rockport Resort, which is located in northern Ontario. Our resort has four cottage-style cabins that are all conveniently located right on the waterfront of Lake Nipissing. The cottages also have full kitchens, bedrooms with LCD TVs, showers as well as barbecue patios with picnic tables
located on the West Bay of Lake Nipissing, a large lake in north central Ontario. The lake is dotted with islands and large expanses of weed beds, home to more than three dozen species of fish. Whether you are happy fishing for abundant panfish, like perch, or want the sheer delight of battling a monstrous musky, Shuswap Camp is the place to be. Walleye pike, largemouth and smallmouth bass, whitefish, sauger, and more all cruise the waters of Lake Nipissing.
All cottages at West Bay have a great view of the Lake, as well as their own picnic area, propane bbq and fire pit. Whether you are a seasoned sportsman or a novice, fishing the waters of Lake Nipissing offers a variety of species, Walleye (Pickerel), Northern Pike, Perch, Smallmouth and Largemouth Bass, Muskellunge and Panfish
Experience the best fishing, summer or winter, that Ontario has to offer at Fish Bay Marina! The marina calls the south shore of Lake Nipissing home; with waters filled with over 40 different species of fish, there’s a challenge waiting every time you drop your line! With walleye, smallmouth bass, musky, yellow perch, northern pike and more waiting in the summer and winter alike, anglers will enjoy the challenge
n incredible 17 different cabins to choose from, ranging from one bedroom to five bedrooms. Twelve of these cabins are self-catered, wherein the guests have the privacy and freedom to prepare their own meals and basically provide for themselves. There is no shortage of private nooks and crannies to explore and fish in. The average depth of the bay is approximately 12 feet, with the deeper depths found in the channels located on the south shore side.
We’re a lakeside resort located in the attractive small town of Callander, Ontario, with one of the most beautiful shorelines and panoramic views in the area…with unforgettable sunsets! Our long private sandy beach offers the best in safe, enjoyable swimming, and you have free use of water trampoline, canoes, pedal boats, kayaks, tubes, toys and much more… the fun is endless!
Set on the waters of the Wolseley River, you’re steps away from some of the best fishing the French River region has available. With trophy walleye and muskie, some reaching over 30” and 50” respectively, there’s a challenge for any angler! Other species, including small and largemouth bass, northern pike and more also call the waters home. Bring your own boat or rent one from us. We have bait, ice and a fish cleaning hut that will help make your fishing experience the best you’ve ever had