Kinniwabi Cabins Provide a Slice of Sportsman Paradise
With dozens of other lakes and rivers an easy hiking distance away, Kinniwabi is a remote Ontario hideaway that’s best experienced from within and not just passing through.
Our authentic log cabins sleep up to six guests each, with a housekeeping staff ensuring that all the luxuries of home are always fully stocked. Each cabin has electricity, fully carpeted sleeping areas, a refrigerator, gas stove, and hot and cold running water in the kitchen and full bathroom. They’re fully furnished, too — all the way down to dishes, cutlery, cooking utensils and tea towels.
Soap, towels and personal items are all that are needed for a comfortable stay here, since linens, blankets and even roll-a-way beds are available whenever needed.
In every direction is a scenic view. Though not situated on a lake, area fishing and hunting possibilities are endless. Nearby are more than 14 wilderness lakes, where guests can board one of our 12- or 14-foot aluminum boats for a proper exploration.
Angle for the fierce fighting northern pike, which is taken in the 20-pound class every season, or settle for the tasty whitefish in May and June. Nearby Zola Lake offers some great speckled trout fishing in Ontario.
Along the way, it wouldn’t be uncommon to spot wild moose or black bears along the shore. Plentiful black bears can be hunted in the nearby Algoma Kinniwabi wilderness area. Hunting there can be done from ground or tree blinds and the hunting sites are pre-baited. Fishing and hunting can be combined in a seven-day hunt.