Abitibi - Temiscamingue - Ottawa River Lodges and Resorts
Quebec Lodges and Resorts Vacations
Abitibi - Temiscamingue - Ottawa River fishing lodges and family resorts
The Outaouais Region is perfect for a family vacation! Drive alongside winding rivers, cross a covered bridge and stop to admire the magnificent waterfalls. Gatineau Park is simply breathtaking, and it seems every day's a holiday, with festivals & events all year long.

Abitibi-Témiscamingue is one of the largest resource regions of Québec. Acclaimed for its vast open spaces, the warmth of its residents and the high-ranking hunting and fishing it offers, the region now attracts large clienteles, who find here a whole gamut of quality tourist services. Bordering Ontario, the Ottawa region, and Quebec North, it has become a prime outdoor adventure and vacation destination.

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La Verendrye Lodge Lake Ogascanan Lodge

Activities: Fishing, Hunting, Family, Hiking, Canoing, ATV

La Vérendrye Lodge, in Quebec’s Outaouais region, a place of choice for many hunters, fishermen & nature lovers. Whether fishing walleye or northerns, hunting bear, moose & small game, or vacationing outdoors, we guarantee an unforgettable stay in one of the most beautiful forested areas of Quebec.  Bordering the Réserve de La Vérendrye, we have exclusive rights & own 23 hunting territories & 35 lakes spread over 150 square kms.  These lakes & an excellent fishing river are easily accessible by road. Boats & guides available. 

Discover enchanting sites by hiking, mountain biking or ATV.  Take a canoe down the Coulonge River.  We specialize in family-packages. Enjoy unforgettable moments together admiring our area’s natural flora, fauna & beaches.

We have 11 chalets & 7 hunting cabins, complimenting our newly renovated fully-equipped lodge, all surrounded by scenic wilderness. We pride ourselves on family-like relations with our guests in both official languages.  35 Lakes & 150 Sq. Kms of Adventure Await You!

Location and Access: Drive To
Accommodation: Lodge, Chalets & Cabins
Dining Room -No
Store - No
Open May - September
Children - Yes
Play Area - No
Pets - Yes (ask for details)
Docking - Yes
Beach - Yes
French & English

Lake Ogascanan Lodge & OutpostsLake Ogascanan Lodge

Activities: Fishing, Family, Groups, Nature

WALLEYE in excellent numbers and sizes!  Outstanding NORTHERN PIKE that often attack walleye on hooks and stringers!  Unbelievable Trophy LAKE TROUT to 35 lbs!  Lake Ogascanan is 15 miles long with numerous long, narrow, sheltered bays that provide interesting shorelines to fish.  Ogascanan gets its name from the native word for fish hatchery.

Lake Ogascanan Lodge is located 110 miles northeast of North Bay, Ontario.  You’ll leave the paved road and drive through 60 miles of remote wilderness to arrive at our Main Camp.  In this stretch of road you won’t pass through any towns, you won’t see any restaurants or gas stations, nobody lives in here. When you arrive at the Main Camp, you’ll know you are back in the bush!  We are the only outfitter on Lake Ogascanan, we are the only land owner, there are no private cottage leases. 

At our Main Camp we have four housekeeping cabins.  Each has a propane stove and refrigerator, wood stove for heat, and electric lights.  Kitchens have running water and all cooking/eating utensils.  Feel like getting farther away?  Imagine your own cabin at your own private location on a remote Canadian fishing lake – at Ogascanan we can make it happen!  We have 5 secluded outpost locations that are boat access only.

Location and Access: Fly-in and Drive To Lake Ogascanan
Accommodation: Cabins
Dining Room -No
Store - No
Open May - September
Children - Yes
Play Area - No
Pets - No
Docking - No
Beach - Yes
English

Eunice Lodge

Activities: Fishing, Nature, Hiking, Family

Eunice ( Corbeau ) Lodge on Lake Kipawa in the Northern part of Quebec is accessible only by boat or by plane. On an island 60 miles northeast of North Bay, picturesque Corbeau Lodge is a 9-mile scenic boat ride from the village of Kipawa. Ideally situated for fishing, hunting, sight seeing, indeed outdoor activities for all to enjoy. Specializing in fishing and wilderness activities, our clientele enjoy the pleasure or fishing for Walleye, Northern Pike, and Lake Trout on one of the most beautiful lakes in North America and discover the pleasure of nature at her best. Upon your arrival at Eunice Lodge, Bernard, owner and guide will take you in his boat to show you the hot spots and all the "secrets" to catch the fish you would expect to find in such a pristine habitat.

If you are interested in fishing or just relaxing, Eunice Lodge is a camp where you stay in individual, quaint cabins. Each able to accommodate 6 people for a duration of 7 days or more. You have the choice of comfortably cooking in your own fully equipped cabin or, enjoy a delicious meal prepared in the main lodge, served to you by Eunice, part owner and cordon bleu chef.

Several accommodation plans are available. All of the plans give you access to recreation facilities, canoes, paddleboat, sailboat, TV/VCR, parking, and transportation from Kipiwa to the lodge. If you have your own float plane you are more than welcome, our facilities are available to you.

Location and Access: Drive To
Accommodation: Cabins
Dining Room -Yes
Store - No
Open May - September
Children - Yes
Play Area - Yes
Pets - Yes
Docking - Yes
Beach - Yes
English - French


Kipawa Lodge

Activities: Fishing, Family, Nature, Hiking, Hunting

Kipawa Lodge is situated on an island on Kipawa Lake 22 miles from the Village of Kipawa, Quebec, Canada. A one hour taxi boat ride will bring you to our island. Upon your arrival, start your vacation exploring, fishing or just relaxing. The waters of Lake Kipawa are known for their beauty, solitude and vastness. Like many of our regular guests you will probably find a favourite spot somewhere in the bays or islands of Kipawa where Walleye, Northern Pike and Lake Trout abound. For an additional fee, we offer guided day trips to back lakes for: Walleye, Northerns, Lake Trout, Speckled Trout and Small Mouth Bass.

Accommodation in one of our 11 fully equipped housekeeping cottages which will accommodate 3 to 12 people. Each cabin has running water, flush toilet, refrigeration, propane stove,dishes and utensils. Pillows and blankets are in each cabin. We also have a central shower house. Our diesel generator provides electricity and runs from 6:30 am to 11:00 pm. Meal plans are available. We welcome families to come and enjoy the beautiful wilderness and experience the history of Kipawa. Generations of families have returned to Kipawa Lodge year after year to enjoy the fishing, serenity, beauty, nearby beaches, sunsets and all the other activities we have to offer. As an added feature, Scenic Flights provided by Air Kipawa, for a bird's eye view of this incredible wilderness are available!

Hunting at Kipawa Lodge
- Experience the wilderness in the region of Temiscaming. Wildlife abounds here among the great stands of pine, hemlock and white birch. You can hunt black bear in the spring from baited tree stands or try the combination fall grouse hunt and fishing. The choice is yours and we will assist you in making your vacation safe and enjoyable. An early reservation ensures a prime date.

Location and Access: Drive To - Kipawa Lake
Accommodation: Cabins
Dining Room -Yes
Store - Yes
Open May - October
Children - Yes
Play Area - Yes
Pets - No
Docking - Yes
Beach - Yes
English

Lake Sasseginaga Outpost

Activities: Fishing, Family, Nature, Hiking, Hunting

Imagine a peaceful quiet lake with great fishing, no jet skis, no speed boats - just you and Mother Nature. Lake Sasseginaga, " Lake of many islands" is located in Western Quebec, approximately 100 miles northwest of North Bay, Ontario. Lake Sasseginaga is remote but easily accessible, 52 miles of graded wilderness roads ensures good fishing and beautiful territory. Lake Sasseginaga is a glacier lake (deep and clear). Over 50 islands give you lots of structure and shoals, a favorite spot of the Walleye, which is the main fish. The average walleye is 2 to 3 lbs., average Northern is 10 to 12 lbs., average Lake Trout is 8 to 10 lbs. Trophy fish of all three species are caught on a regular basis. We also offer portage lakes with canoes for the more adventurous.

Main Camp (Drive In) - We have 4 cabins at the main camp with running water, indoor bathrooms, central showerhouse, propane stoves and refrigerators. A generator provides lights from dusk until midnight. Our cabins are clean and well maintained. All cabins are equipped with cooking and eating utensils, wood stoves for heating. Propane stoves and refrigerators, Propane B.B.Q.'s and screened in fish cleaning houses at each site.

Outpost Cabins ( Boat in from main camp) - Cabin #5 is half a mile from main camp, has hot and cold running water, inside bathroom with shower. Propane stove and refrigerator and propane lights. (Sleeps up to 8 people). Cabin #6 is five miles from main camp, has running water, propane lights, stove and refrigerator, showerhouse with hot water, outdoor facilities. (Sleeps up to 8 people)

Family Plan *** After July 1st - parents pay, children under 16 FREE. One boat and motor per two adults.

Location and Access: Drive To - Lake Sasseginaga
Accommodation: Cabins
Dining Room -No
Store - No
Open May - October
Children - Yes
Play Area - Yes
Pets - No
Docking - Yes
Beach - No
English - French

Deer Horn Lodge

Activities: Fishing, Nature, Hiking, Hunting

Our Lodge is located inside La Verendrye Provincial Park an area of over 9000 Km square where wildlife are totally protected. The Park since back in the 40's always had a tight surveilance and a lower possesion limit on fishs. As a result that now in the 2000's we can offer fishermen a very great quality of fishing at a very accessible area. Excellent size walleye (avg. 3 lbs.), northern pike (avg.6 lbs.), lake trout (10 lbs) and sturgeon are caught at any time of the season. Chances for trophy fishs are very good. We also fish Barriere Lake well known because it produced in 1983 the Canadian walleye record with a walleye of 19 lbs.

Deer Horn Lodge provide you with comfortable fully equipped wooden framed cottage with electric lights and fridge, wood stove for heating and propane range for cooking. All kitchenware and utensils, inside hot shower, single beds with mattresses and electricity 24 hours.

Spring Black Bear hunting (6 days hunt) includes lodging, guide,transportation to bait, and license. From Ottawa cross over into Hull, Quebec and take highway 5 North and then 105 North to Maniwaki and continue on until you reach Grand-Remous where you will turn left on highway 117 North. This road will take you to La Verendrye wildlife reserve.

Location and Access: Drive To
Accommodation: Cabins
Dining Room -Yes
Store - Yes
Open May - September
Children - Yes
Play Area - Yes
Pets - No
Docking - Yes
Beach - Yes
English

Cottages in Quebec

Activities: Fishing, Boating, Nature, Photography, Hiking, Snowmobiling

Are you looking for an incredible place to fish for walleye, pike, and lake trout and unwind in a totally relaxed, stressless, and natural environment; then our area of Quebec is that very special place. From the Decelles Reservoir, 25 miles south of Val-d’Or, Quebec, to the Lakes of Matagami and Villebon just north, this is a vast and expansive river and lake system covering 100's of miles of boating and fishing access. We have our own family cottage for our personal use in this same area.

Each of our waterfront custom cottages offers full furnishings, applicances, and the most spectacular waterfront views to rival any area in the world. The total peace, tranquility, and majestic natural beauty will have you at the end of your visit, feeling refreshed, renewed, and inspired, where our family is sure you will seek to return. Rental boats and rental snowmobiles available in season.

With Quebec being the world’s #1 destination for snowmobiling, our lakefront cottages are perfect for the 100’s of miles of lake edge to explore and jump off into forest trails…….Fall is the most colorfui breathtaking experience, and can be an annual event, as is for our family……Spring/Summer brings out the boating/fishing enthusiasts, but never a crowded, touristy tense climate.

Location and Access: Val-d'Or - Drive or Boat in
Accommodation: Cottages
Dining Room -No
Store - No
Open Year Round
Children - Yes
Play Area - Yes
Pets - Yes
Docking - Yes
Beach or swim area - Yes
English





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