Sometimes the best way to choose the perfect wilderness lodge for your next excursion is to simply ask yourself, “What do you want to do?” It may seem simple at first glance, but deciding where you want to spend your time on a remote adventure can feel like a daunting task.
Possibly the greatest hindrance to decision making is our innate fear of missing out on something extraordinary. Well, we couldn’t be happier to inform you that your time will be anything but ordinary no matter what location you choose when booking with Great White North Wilderness Lodges (GWN). To help make these tough decisions easier, we’d like to showcase some of the key features and activities that go on at our three separate full-service, American-Plan lodges spread across Ontario, Saskatchewan, and Manitoba. From chasing monster fish on six different lakes to hunting waterfowl in the Hudson Bay Lowlands, GWN promises to deliver a memorable adventure.
Which Wilderness Lodge Is Right for You?
You can find in-depth information about our wilderness lodges in our brochures, rate sheets, and newsletters, but we may as well give you a summary of each of our locations while you’re here. Again, the most crucial factor to consider is, “What do you want to do?” Below we’ll give you three reasons to choose Great White North Lodges and leave it to you to decide.
Slippery Winds on Yoke Lake, Ontario
Slippery Winds Wilderness Lodge is tucked away in the wilds of Northwestern Ontario, less than 40 miles from the United States–Canada border. From Fort Frances, via a short float-plane ride, you’ll fly into this seemingly unscathed peninsula. This premier fishing lodge provides visitors with the opportunity to chase six distinct species on six different lakes! Every year we add new upgrades to the camp and are committed to ensuring the comfort, success, and enjoyment of those gracious enough to join us.
Minor Bay Lodge on Wollaston Lake, Saskatchewan
Teeming with an abundance of trophy pike, Minor Bay Lodge in northern Saskatchewan is where you go for monster northern. Featuring seven contemporary guest cabins, accommodating from two to eight people, and a bevy of modern amenities, you won’t exactly be roughing it at Minor Bay. Strategically located in the heart of Canada’s “big pike country,” there is a good chance you’ll land a personal best at Wollaston Lake.
Kaska Goose Lodge in the Hudson Bay Lowlands
As much as we love fishing for massive specimens, there is something to be said about a waterfowl hunt in the Hudson Bay Lowlands, and that’s what you’ll get at Kaska Goose Lodge. Located 650 miles north of Winnipeg, Manitoba’s Hudson Bay Lowlands are teeming with a highly sought variety of lesser snow and blue, Ross, Canada, and Richardson geese—not to mention a bevy of duck species. What’s more, even though hunting is the primary focus at Kaska, you’ll be able to chase trophy-level brook trout making their way out of the sea when you aren’t winging waterfowl.
Best Wilderness Resorts in Canada for Outdoor Adventure
A trip to the wilderness for hunting and fishing is about more than, well, hunting and fishing. All jokes aside, it’s essential that you choose the wilderness lodge that’s right for you, but we’re confident that no matter which you select, you’ll come away with a new perspective and long-lasting memories. The most seasoned travellers often say life is about the journey and the lessons learned along the way, more so than the destination. But we like to think it’s a little bit of both. For more information to choose the perfect lodge, please visit us online or call 888-244-7453.