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Remote Fly-in Canadian Wilderness Resort

Solitude • Family Getaways • Adventure Lodge

Starting at 2095 CAD/person +HST • 4 nights • June - Mid September
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This 4-night wilderness retreat is the perfect way to escape and embrace the wonders of the Canadian wilderness. Enjoy the amenities of a full-service lodge with endless excursions throughout the boreal forest.

Begin your journey with a float plane flight over the boreal forest, with an endless view of the Wabakimi Provincial Park wilderness. Enjoy daily lodge life; including, daily house cleaning, 3 delicious meals a day, 2 complimentary drinks before dinner, endless excursions, and beautiful lakefront accommodation in your own private log cabin. Our team will ensure you’re kept well fed with local fare and fresh catches, well informed of the rich local culture and heritage, and well tended to with the comforts of home at our lodge in the depths of Northern Ontario.

4 nights: 2095 CAD/person +HST
25% off for 16 and under *Price adjustments available for groups of 6+*
Lodge services from June- early September

Part 1: Float plane flight

Depart in an iconic De Havilland float plane bound for the full-service Striker’s Point Lodge. Soak in the endless landscape of spruce, tamaracks and pines before the remote Whitewater Lake becomes your runway, landing you at your wilderness retreat.

Part 2: Wilderness Retreat

Enjoy daily lodge life; including, daily house cleaning, 3 delicious meals a day, 2 complimentary drinks before dinner, endless excursions, and assistance whenever needed from our experienced and friendly staff team!

Part 3: Excursions (Guided or fly-out are add-ons)

  • Beach Day
  • Historic tours of Ogoki Lodge and Wendell Beckwith
  • Fly-out whitewater paddling
  • Fly-out pictograph and canoeing exploration
  • World-class fishing
  • Park n’ Play rapid day

Part 4: Fly-out

Wake up to warm coffee delivered to your cabin before a delicious breakfast in the main lodge. Your last morning to enjoy the wonders of Wabakimi Provincial Park before being whisked away on your journey home