Lake Herridge Lodge can be found just 90 kms north of North Bay, putting it in a prime, convenient location for all northern travelers. No matter when you choose to visit Lake Herridge, you are sure to find an abundance of things to do that will keep the whole family entertained.
Temagami Fishing Resorts & Lodges
Andorra Lodge and Cottages is located in Ontario, Canada, in the Temagami Region. It has been hosting fisherman and hunters for generations, but families of all different interests are sure to fall in love with this incredible getaway
A secluded resort encircling Island Lake (Thistle Lake) with seven cozy, pine decorated cottages, Island Lake Camp is the best-kept secret in the north. Island Lake Camp is the only outfitter on this scenic limited-access lake which offers excellent hunting and fishing, as well as quiet sandy beaches, waterfalls and a hidden bay for adventure and sightseeing.
Located right on the shores of the beautiful Lake Temagami, the Ket-Chun-Eny Lodge provides a wonderful, peaceful atmosphere for everything from family getaways to corporate business retreats. You’ll enjoy fair weather and great views in every direction, including the grand white pines of the north and the endless expanse of old reds to the south.
Opimika’s vacation housekeeping cottages are surrounded by beautiful crystal clear inland lakes, a fisherman’s heaven. whether it is brook trout, laker’s, rainbow’s, splake, bass, walleye, or pike, we can get you to your choice of lake. If it is a larger waterway you are interested in, we are 6 km away from the Ottawa river, and Lake Temiscaming which boasts a length of 60 miles and 2 miles across at some points.
Join us for a day trip, or stay a little longer. Come see what the waters of northern Ontario have in store for you and your fishing buddies. With over 100 rivers and lakes accessible across acres and acres of pristine and protected Crown land, there’s a new favorite fishing spot to find for everyone
This beautiful four season resort in Northern Ontario is nestled amongst a tall stand of white pines on the shores of Lake Temagami. It lies on the doorstep of a magnificent wilderness of old growth pine forests, glacier scoured rock and yet just off of highway 11, we are within walking distance to Finlayson Provincial Park, and the the original town of Temagami.