I know we are a bid tardy on getting our “early” rates out, but here it is below! With all the building this fall, we just returned to our winter shelter a few days ago. Snow is beginning to blanket the lake and very soon ice will begin to form. You can monitor the ice forming from one of our two lake live cameras at Camp Lochalsh. Click here to view them. Our first sport show is only two months away!
We are in full 2023 mode now, hiring our staff, taking reservations and planning for what we may need for next summer. Between all of that, it’s also a great time to decompress.
We are filling up quickly with return guests, so if you have a specific date in mind for next year, it would be wise to check with us to see if it’s still open. Call or e-mail and we’ll get you in the book!
We wish you all a very Happy Thanksgiving!
Click below image to download 2023 Early Flyer! (Due by Dec 31st, 2022)…
We have received public notice that requirements for travelers arriving to Canada are expected to remain in effect until at least September 30, 2022. This means that the government is not planning to lift the current vaccination and ArriveCAN app policies for the remainder of our fishing season.
If you have a reservation with us for this summer and are now unable to come to Canada, please contact us as soon as possible and we will re-book you for 2023.
All travelers must continue to use ArriveCAN (free mobile app or website) to provide mandatory travel information within 72 hours before their arrival in Canada. For more information, click here for the ArriveCAN website.
If you are planning to travel to the lodge, here is the quarantine destination address:
45 Old Lochalsh Road
— Note that the Canadian postal code format is letter, number, letter, number, letter, number (so it’s: P ZERO S ONE B ZERO ).
The full statement from the Public Health Agency of Canada can be read here.
We are disturbed and disappointed by this federal decision, which continues to have a major impact on our business. Our representative business organizations, Nature & Outdoor Tourism Ontario and Algoma Country Tourism, continue to bring the wilderness tourism industry’s struggles forward to the federal government, and we hope for change as soon as possible.
Thank you for your patience in these difficult times. We appreciate your visits and encouragement.