Welcome to our lodge,  "Gateway to the Wabakimi"

We invite you to come and stay at our private, drive-to, fishing and hunting lodge on Caribou Lake.
Just 3 short hours North of Thunder Bay Ontario, at the end of Caribou Lake Road, your outdoor
adventure begins. Gateway to the Wabakimi Park, Ontario's 2nd largest Provincial Park, your
journey is only limited by your imagination.We have 9, self-catering cabins & chalets on a
9 acre peninsula. A great starting point for canoeist. We have the fishing and hunting you crave,
the wilderness you desire, the comforts of home without the worries and the exceptional, personal
service you deserve.

The feeling of remoteness without having to fly. Drive right to your cabin or chalet, unpack and get
fishing right away or just relax on your deck while taking in breathtaking views of the lake and the
serene surroundings.Our attention to details sets us apart from all others. Spotless, comfortable,
nonsmoking, cabins and chalets. All come with quality linens for a great nights rest, modern kitchen
facilities, well groomed grounds, clean, reliable rental equipment and impeccable service.We pride
ourselves in going above  and beyond to provide our customers with ultimate service and satisfaction.

There is something peaceful about spending the day on a remote Ontario Lake.You won’t find any
water skiers , houseboats or jet
skis here, just unspoiled wilderness and some of the best fishing in
Ontario. We have the quality and quantity of fish your after, but here, it’s not all about fishing, it’s
about being able to relax, enjoy the camaraderie
among friends and leaving your worries behind.
Come and immerse
yourself in the purity of the Canadian experience.



CONTACT US: Scott and MaryJo Robinson
Summer May - Oct - Po Box 128, Armstrong Station, ONT P0T 1A0, Canada   
Winter Oct - May - 3780 Trout Lake Road, Woodruff, WI 54568, USA
1-888-RODNGUN (763-6486)/Skype In ph# : 715-403-5240/ Skype name: caribouqueen
 
 
 
"Gateway to the Wabakimi" is a registered trademark in Ontario 
 
 

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