Category Archives: Kenora

Rowdy Lake Camp

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Discover Northern Ontario how it was meant to be seen — as a flawless beauty. Take it all in on a fly-in fishing trip to Rowdy Lake Camp. Experience the joy of remote fishing, just you and the water. Part of the Sturgeon River system and nestled within the pristine Woodland Caribou Park, you’ll be able to enjoy trying to haul in your next trophy walleye catch, or trout, pike and bass. With seven neighbouring lakes just a short walk or portage away, you can have a different challenge every day. However, you may be just as happy finding the spot for you where the fish 

are biting — with only ten guests at a time and twelve miles of Rowdy Lake for you to explore, you might just find the perfect place for you. If you’re a group of eight to ten, you’ll have the entire camp to yourselves!


After you’re ready to turn back to land for the day, join us in the dining room for a home cooked meal. We’ll take care of all the meals, including a shore lunch with freshly caught fish. Ready to retire for the night? Our rustic log cabins are well maintained and updated, complete with solar power. You’ll feel right at home.

Kenora Lodge

Rowdy Lake

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Rowdy Lake 50.575522, -94.444320

Shoal Lake Lodge
Your Hosts
Tim, David & Katherine Kobelka
Box 31
Kejick, Ontario P0X 1E0
Phone: (705) 261-2277 (BASS)

All new quality accommodations will include six individual cottages, the Lodge/Dining Hall, Recreation Room and out buildings.

Shoal Lake offers what others can only imagine. Our specialty is Northern Pike and Small and Largemouth Bass fishing. Northern Pike fishing is simply fabulous both in number and size. Large weed beds teeming with bait fish hold Northerns. Casting over and around these beds with spinnerbaits or rapalas not only yield large numbers of pike but large individual fish. Shoal Lake is rated by Ontario out of Doors as the #1 drive to pike lake in Ontario.

Shoal Lake Lodge

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Shoal Lake Lodge 49.579889, -95.010000

Pipestone Point Resort
Peter & Shirley Haugen
Box 296 Kenora, ON P9N 3X3
1-807-543-4004 or 1-807-543-4014
Box 4063 Hopkins, Minnesota 55343
1-952-935-0892 or 1-952-935-0329

Welcome to Pipestone Point Resort. A wilderness retreat. An environment to serenity.  Surrounded by some of the greatest hunting and fishing. The waters of the Walleye, Bass, Lake Trout, Northern and Muskie. Situated on a beautiful peninsula, Pipestone Point Resort offers unlimited exploration opportunities by land or water. 65,000 miles of shoreline, 14,000 islands, and countless bays make for a remote and tranquil setting. There are 16 foot Lund boats with 25 HP Mercury motors, equipped with padded swivel boat seats, depth finders, and landing nets. With safety in mind marine band radio handsets and life jackets are provided. Our resident camp guide is also available to help in search of your next trophy or take our lake charts and cast off on your own to explore, fish, and enjoy the beauty of your surroundings. We also offer terrific bear and duck hunting.

Pipestone Point Resort

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Pipestone Point Resort 49.630102, -94.408972


Camp Waterfall
Box 452
Kenora, ON P9N 3X5
Summer – (807) 548-4766
Winter – (204) 837-2700

Rushing River / Blindfold Lake, Kenora. This “little piece of heaven”  started as a fishing camp in the late 1930’s and is now a family-operated, fully modern housekeeping resort which can provide a superb fishing experience for the serious fisherman, as well as all of the amenities necessary for a fun-filled vacation. The crystal clear waters of Rushing River run through the middle of the camp, and no other resort can provide the feeling of peace and seclusion that is produced by our waterfall. During May and June our guests are successful on catching limits of walleye in Lake of the Woods, and Blindfold Lake produces great northern and bass action as well as large numbers of crappie.

Camp Waterfall

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Camp Waterfall 49.674108, -94.241218