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Staying at Loch Island Lodge and Camp Lochalsh is an adventure, but it isn’t “roughing it” in the Canadian bush. Your relaxation is assured with box spring beds, running water, and modern furniture and appliances. Our cabins at Loch Island Lodge and Camp Lochalsh feature:

  • 24-hr electricity and purified drinking water
  • 3-piece bathrooms with hot and cold running water
  • All bed linens and bathroom and kitchen towels
  • Full kitchens with propane or electric appliances provided to Housekeeping Plan guests; all dishes and cookware included
  • Wood stove, propane, or electric heat (all fuel included)
  • Basic housekeeping necessities (toilet paper, dish soap, hand soap, garbage bags, matches)

Please note: If you are staying at an outpost cabin, you will enjoy all of the same amenities except for electricity. At this time, only the Isle of Jordan has a generator; Otter Island and Sandy Bay have propane lighting and appliances and are therefore not suited for guests who require 24-hour electricity to power medical devices. The outposts do not have water purification systems, but we will provide you with free purified water or refill your own water containers.

Loch Island Lodge guests who book under the American Plan will have their cabin neatened daily by our housekeepers. but American Plan guests who book outpost cabins, Modified American Plan, and Housekeeping Plan guests can have their towels and toiletries replaced free of charge upon request.

There are campfire pits at every location for outdoor cooking or for s’mores. Free ice, Wi-Fi reception, games, and satellite TV are close to the cabins at Loch Island Lodge and Camp Lochalsh for your convenience.

We can host groups of 1–30+ people at both Loch Island Lodge and Camp Lochalsh, and our outposts can fit groups of up to 8-10 at most locations. Just let us know how many friends or family members are interested, and we’ll find cabins for them!

Loch Island Lodge Amenities

Loch Island Cabin #6 - Kitchen, Wabatongushi Lake, Ontario
Loch Island Cabin #6 – Kitchen

Our main lodge is situated on Loch Island on the southern end of Wabatongushi Lake and runs all dock services and meals.

There are six cabins on the island. Each will accommodate 3-6 people, and free rollaway cots are available if needed. A generator provides 24/7 electricity, and water is treated.

Our dining room seats 32 guests, and we can accommodate up to 16 guests on the deck when weather is suitable. There is a pool table, cable TV, and Wi-Fi access for your entertainment. We have board games and cards on hand for after-fishing fun. Our radio phone can be used for short calls to the US or Canadian locations (charges extra). We sell tackle, snacks, clothing, and other souvenirs.

We have built boardwalks connecting most cabins and the docks so that it is not difficult to walk on the rocky terrain. The boardwalk leads out to a small island adjacent to Loch Island with a fire pit that’s perfect for marshmallow roasts and ghost stories. This is also a choice swimming spot, deep with a smooth bedrock bottom.

Loch Island is ideal for families and guests who would like full meals, dock service, and maid service. Even if you aren’t staying on the island, relax on the deck, catch up on important emails, or have your catch cleaned by the dockhands.

We have a sauna at the docks that the dockhands would be happy to set a fire up in for you!

Camp Lochalsh Amenities

Camp Lochalsh’s dining room only operates from mid-September to October (summer meals are served at Loch Island Lodge) but guests are welcome to use the historic dining room for their own meals or for large card games!

Lochalsh is home to the Trapper’s Lounge, where guests can enjoy ping-pong, cards, board games, books, and conversation after a long day of fishing. Pop in and take as much ice as you need from the ice maker, or stay a while for some fun. The historic building’s rafters are decorated with hundreds of hats from the many guests who have stayed at Lochalsh over the years, and we also display taxidermy and furs on the walls. There is Wi-Fi reception for guests who require an Internet connection. We have a small tackle display, but most of our tackle, clothing, and souvenirs are stocked at Loch Island Lodge during the summer.

Lochalsh has satellite TV and Wi-Fi reception in a converted cabin nicknamed the Crow’s Nest.

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