Top Ontario Hunting Lodges
Olive the Lake
Marten River, Ontario
As the host for Canada in the Rough TV in 2013 and Hitmen Canada in 2014, you can be rest assured that a hunting trip at Olive the Lake is everything you need - and more. Located in MWU 40, Olive the Lake offers a truly ideal Ontario setting for all your hunting needs. Their hunting packages include a charming cottage accommodation, one boat and motor rental, tracking and transportation assistance, and more! The surrounding area is full of a variety of game for your hunting trip. Ideal for black bear, moose, rabbit, lynx and grouse, there's plenty of options awaiting for you! Nearby Marten River is a popular destination for waterfowl hunting, too. After a long day of hunting, return to your cozy cottage which comes equipped with many modern amenities for a truly comfortable and convenient getaway. An open concept kitchen, barbecue grill, shower, screened-in porch, and much more are available to make you feel right at home. And if you need a little break from hunting, you can enjoy a day of Ontario fishing, instead. From walleye fishing at Marten River to trout fishing at Red Cedar Lake, you're sure to find a spot just right for you!
12 Richfield Road Marten River , Ontario P0H 1T0
Olive the Lake can also help you plan an unforgettable wolf or coyote hunting trip!
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Enjoy a unique kayak fishing experience on the Marten River during your trip to Olive the Lake!close
Silv’ry Moon Lodge
No offense to your Labrador retriever, but Trout Lake promises to be one of the finest hunting companions you’ve ever had. The sandy banks and pristine waters of this Ontario lake give way to acre after acre of Canadian wilderness, where massive bull moose – soon to be mounted on your wall – taunt you with their calls.
Even if you only bag a calf, the journey is half the fun at Silv’ry Moon Lodge. Wake with the loons each morning, fall asleep under the light of the moon each night and stalk the Ontario wilderness to your heart’s content in the long hours in between. Hearty meals and cozy accommodations are included in every Silv’ry Moon hunt. And while Trout Lake serves as a watering hole for cows and their calves, it’s also filled with northern pike, perch, walleye and muskie that patiently await your hook! You’re the type of parent who’s accustomed to your kids racing up to you, covered head to toe in dirt and with a slimy frog clasped tightly in their grasp. For you, a family vacation to Silv’ry Moon Lodge finds you in familiar territory – even if you’ve never set foot on Canadian soil before. The lodge’s log cabins even include screened porches that are perfect for card games just beyond the pesky mosquito’s reach.
Each Silv’ry Moon cabin steps out to the pine-studded shores of Trout Lake, where kids can reel in a full stringer of tasty pan fish with just a few casts.
To reach Silv’ry Moon Lodge, head north on Hwy. 400 from Toronto to Hwy. 69. Proceed north on Hwy. 69 to Hwy. 64. Proceed through Noelville on 535 to Trout Lake Road. Turn left and follow the signs to the lodge.
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The lodge’s convenience store carries bread, milk, pop, ice, candy, firewood and fishing tackle.close
Harris Hill Resort - Lake Of The Woods
Lake of the Woods, Ontario
Whether you're looking for deer, bear, or quick-winged ducks and other Canadian waterfowl, you'll find it at Harris Hill Resort!
Just 18 miles past the Minnesota border and perched on Lake of the Woods, a highway brings you to stately Harris Hill Resort. Once you're completely settled into your cozy accommodations, ask the staff for a rundown of the surrounding area. New to hunting in Ontario? Never fear! The lodge sells licenses and ON Outdoor Cards, so aspiring hunters can get everything ready for a big day out. Deer, bear, and ducks alike can be hunted depending on the season. With a huge variety of wildlife in the area, low pressure hunting, and a low population of inhabitants, you might say that Harris Hill is a hunters paradise- and you'd be right!
Highway 600, Rainy River, ON P0W 1L0, Canada
There are 302 bird species known in the Rainy River Area, many of which frequent the Harris Hill Resort birdfeeders.
The lodge was first built all the way back in 1960!close
Blyth’s Canyon Lake Lodge
Vermilion Bay, Ontario
Tucked into Northwestern Ontario’s pine forests and just north of Vermilion Bay, Blyth’s Canyon Lake Lodge is a far cry from city life – a fact you’ll be glad for when it comes time to hunt. The incessant honking of rush hour traffic would likely scare all the game away, not to mention what it would do to your concentration!
One of only three resorts on the lake, this Ontario lodge’s secluded location makes it perfectly suited to hunting and fishing. Canyon Lake walleyes top out at 10-plus lbs. and giant muskies are quick to take the bait, leaving no room to wonder why manufacturers come to test their lures here. As Midwest Outdoors once proclaimed, if you can’t catch muskie on a week’s trip to Canyon Lake, you might as well take up golf! The densely wooded acreage that surrounds the lodge boasts some of the highest black bear success rates in the country, while hunting over baited stands works wonders for your chance to bag the big game you came for. While these one-room Ontario cabins have been updated with modern baths and full kitchens since their construction, their rustic charm has been beautifully maintained. And summer cocktail hours, a Blyth’s Canyon Lake Lodge tradition, take you back to simpler times when friends and neighbors gathered to share stories over a cold beer and a fruit salad with marshmallow fluff as its primary ingredient.
The Canyon Lake Lodge camp store stocks basic groceries, gas, souvenirs and limited fishing supplies for your convenience.
Fishing, hunting, boating, swimming and hiking.
Ontario falls are famous for their spectacular foliage, but did you know it also means fewer crowds and some of the biggest fish on record? Give fall fishing a try at Canyon Lake Lodge.close
Sandy Beach Lodge
Red Lake, Ontario
Discover an outdoor enthusiast's oasis at Sandy Beach Lodge, where big game hunting and exceptional fishing combine. Tucked away in Ontario's secluded wilderness, breathtaking natural scenery serves as your backdrop while on bear or moose hunts. The only thing bigger than the game is the vast wilderness.
Located on 150,000 acres of preserved pristine wilderness within the Trout Lake Conservation Reserve, this lodge offers so much space for your hunting expedition. In fact, the Bear Management Area is located on 150 square miles of remote wilderness, where the trophy black bears roam. Only guests of Sandy Beach Lodge are granted access to this hunting mecca. Moose hunters can purchase a seven-day hunting package, where they're given a chance to bag a trophy rack. When you're not hunting, fish the sparkling waters of Trout Lake. These hunting packages also include fishing gear like boat rentals, minnow buckets, and map. The expert staff is more than willing to share their hot-spot secrets as well. This incredible experience also includes a rustic stay in a cabin, which is fully heated and offers gorgeous natural views. Sandy Beach Lodge is the outfitter you've been hunting for!
Box 1040 Red Lake, Ontario, Canada P0V 2M0
About 20 percent of the harvested bears are of the cinnamon and chocolate phases.
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Unwind in the main lodge with a game of pool and savor four-course dinners of freshly caught fish each night!close
Lake Herridge Lodge
Wondering what to pack for your Ontario hunting vacation? We recommend a rifle or shotgun, insect repellent, rain gear and your extended family. If that last must-have item made you pause, we think it’s time to rethink your hunting vacations.
With great fishing, even better hunting and a lodge that was made for family, Lake Herridge Lodge lets the outsdoorsman – or woman – in you shine without sacrificing a minute of family time. Lake Herridge’s crystal clear waters were made for kayak paddles and cannonball contests, while a game room with pool tables and pinball machines is perfect for after-dark competitions. Experienced hunters can spend hours tracking black bear and moose through the Temagami wilderness. And from grouse to fox, the small game found in these Ontario forests makes for an excellent introduction to the sport! Once you’ve successfully taken that hefty black bear or trophy bull, it’s time to put down the bow and pick up the fishing pole. You didn’t really expect to spend a week on the shores of Lake Herridge and not cast a line, did you? The walleye, northern pike, smallmouth bass and lake trout that inhabit these pristine Canadian waters would be pretty disappointed!
Take in Temagami and its endless beauty from a small aircraft. Flights can be arranged with Lakeland Airways in Temagami.
Canoeing, ATV tours, snowmobiling, ice fishing, cross country skiing, hiking, photography and ice skating.
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With an extensive fleet of 30 boats in all shapes and sizes, Lake Herridge Lodge can provide the boats, motors and gas you need to fish Lake Herridge and nearby chains.close
Marten River Lodge
Marten River, Ontario
Let’s face it – life is full of contradictions. For instance, patience is a virtue when perched in your tree stand, bow in hand. It’s also a surefire way to miss out on your Ontario hunting vacation at our No. 10 pick, Marten River Lodge. Outdoor adventures this good are bound to go fast!
Marten River Lodge is highly regarded for their long-standing tradition of offering exclusive, fully-guided and professionally-managed fall bear hunt programs each year. Discerning hunters seeking an all-inclusive, turn-key experience enjoy a high level of service with everything included from baiting to butchering! Hunts are limited to 2 weeks each fall and just 4 to 5 hunters per week with high opportunity and harvest rates. Packages include access to 15 miles of waterway for fishing northern pike, walleye, small mouth bass and lake trout. Enjoy gourmet dining daily with meals prepared by their master chef and other lodge amenities including free Wi-Fi and much more.
36 Marten River Rd., Marten River, Ontario, CA P0H 1T0
Quality accommodations, fine dining, maid service, boat and motor with unlimited bait and fuel, all licensing and tags, daily transportation, retrieval and processing of game, butchering, labeling, packaging and freezing, export permit and more are all included at one price.
Have a friend who would enjoy the Ontario scenery, but prefers not to hunt? Marten River Lodge welcomes non-hunting guests accompanying hunters at special discounted rates.close
Owls Nest Lodge
Our No. 7 Ontario pick also hails from Trout Lake’s shores. While plenty of wildlife – beaver, loons and deer included – frequent the French River region that it fronts, chances are you came for slightly bigger game. With a premier location backed up to some of Ontario’s finest hunting ground, Owls Nest Lodge won’t disappoint.
The miles of Canadian crown land that surround Trout Lake make for prime hunting territory, whether it’s the lumbering moose and elusive black bear or small game like rabbit and partridge you came for. Back at Owls Nest Lodge, housekeeping cabins make for cozy hunting shacks – with the much-appreciated addition of indoor plumbing, of course. And at the end of a successful hunt, the main lodge serves up light meals washed down with your favorite brew! With bunk beds and kitchens, Owls Nest Lodge’s cabins easily convert into family-style accommodations. Throw a few hot dogs on the grill and brush off those campfire-building skills, because sunset will have your kids itching to get their hands on a s’more. Come morning, the lodge’s sandy beach and sheltered lake waters offer safe splashing for even the diaper-wearing tots.
The Owls Nest Lodge, open year-round, makes for a scenic and fun-filled winter destination with ice fishing, snowmobiling and more offered on Trout Lake’s shores.
Explore Trout Lake’s waters from a canoe or kayak, free for guest use at Owls Nest Lodge!
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This Ontario lodge also offers gas, oil and bait for your boating and fishing pleasure.close
Pipestone Point Resort
If you're in search of a fantastic hunting experience, look no further than Pipestone Point Resort!
Seven airy cabins await you at Pipestone Point Resort, each supremely spacious and filled with rustic elegance. Enjoy a spectacular view of the lake off your private deck or soak in the private whirlpool bath. It's all in preparation for your hunting outing! While deer, grouse, and pheasant are all popular options, it's the bear hunt that brings folks from all across the area to Pipestone. The friendly staff will be more than happy to point you in the right direction and answer any other questions you might have!
Pipestone Point, Kenora, ON P9N 3X3, Canada
Pipestone Point Resort has its own general store, live bait, a complete line of tackle, top of the line rods and reels, and a finely crafted selection of Muskie lures to tempt that trophy fish.
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Enjoy popcorn over a game of pool, listen to the tunes of the jukebox or play a few on the piano. Pipestone even features a big screen TV, cell phone service and wireless internet at the lodge.close
Cliff Lake Resorts
Perrault Falls, Ontario
Cliff Lake Resorts rests on 5,700 acres along the shores of Cliff Lake, and it's your ticket to a great Ontario hunting trip!
Surrounded by beautiful and untouched boreal forests, cliff lake resorts offers incredible hunting trips for moose, fall black bears, ruffed grouse, and spruce hens. Their semi-guided tours will take you through 120,000 acres of Bear Management Area for a hunting party. This is an exceptional experience you won't find anywhere else! After your hunt, settle into one of their 19 charming cabins. Make the most out of your Ontario Hunting Getaway and find endless opportunities for unforgettable adventures
25 miles north of Vermillion Bay on Lost Bay Rd Perrault Falls, ON P0V 2K0 CA
Cliff Lake Resorts is the only outfitting resort on the shores of Cliff Lake and will assist you in finding the best place to cast your line around the lake.
Ontario’s black bear population is estimated at 85,000 to 105,000 bears – the second largest in North Americaclose