FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions

There are no phones provided in the cabins but there is great cell service here at the camp, just not on the road in.

There is no wifi in the cabins, however there is wifi on the property near the main office.

Not at this time.

Yes, each cabin has a barbecue outside on the deck.

Yes, we have a basic satellite package included in the cost of renting the cabins, with wide-screen televisions and comfortable seats in each living room.

Yes, there is a large communal firepit in front of the lake, but not individual firepits at each cabin. There is also a new electrically heated sauna equipped with changerooms near the firepit for public use to make you feel ten years younger after a dip in the water. A gazebo sits nearby equipped with a large barbeque, a boiling pot and a small fridge.

No, We do not at this time, but we are considering implementing some in the near future. All cabins are fully equipped for housekeeping including bedding but you might want to bring your sleeping bag anyways. All you really need to bring is bath towels. The kitchen is fully equipped with stove, refrigerator and paper towels and all the dishes and utensils that you will need.

Yes, there are standup showers in each cabin’s bathroom only shared by others in your cabin, deeply cleaned after every guest visit, however we do not provide bath towels. Cabins #3 & 8 also have a bathtub.

No, you must bring your own food for your stay at the lodge.

No, the lodge closes in October and opens in May every year for the summer. Maintenance and building occurs in autumn and cabins will be unavailable at this time. Fall hunting season may be open but there is no shooting on lodge grounds.

Yes, but the lodge does not have much room for large-scale weddings and it is best to schedule well ahead of time for availability. We can discount accommodations but we do not offer catering services or photographers. The log would be a good option because the open concept upper level has several beds that can sleep at least ten people with a great view of the lake. The lower level has a large living and dining space as well as two bathrooms, shower facilities and a large kitchen. Other cabins have a maximum occupancy of four people.

There is no general store on the property, however we do sell gasoline and live bait. The nearest store is 22 km away in Espanola, where grocery stores, restaurants, a mall and a golf course can be found.

We rent small life jackets for children when a boat is rented, along with adult life preservers. Boats are equipped with emergency kits containing a flashlight, a whistle, rope, etc. We do not supply water floaters and toys for babies.

Yes, we sell gasoline for boats and ATV’s, along with live bait including worms, minnows and leeches for fishing.

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All campers are expected to leave the cabins in the condition they found them. There is a broom/dustpan, vacuum and mop in each cabin.
All bedding is supplied (blankets, sheets, pillows) as well as toilet paper and paper towels.
Campers are to bring their own food, towels, toiletries, garbage bags etc.