The Remote Getaway
Enjoy the seclusion and serenity of a remote getaway in the beautiful boreal forest of Northern Ontario.
Your accommodations consist of a 2 bedroom cabin located on the North shore of picturesque Laramie Lake (no other camps on the lake). Cabin features cooking facilities, propane lights, wood stove (for heat) and a fire pit outside. (camp is only 2 years old)
Laramie Lake features Northern Pike fishing at its very best and is surrounded by beautiful wilderness with no other camps or cottages on the lake. It's all yours to enjoy for a week. Be sure to bring your camera.
There are numerous hiking trails and miles of roads for RV's/Bikes/4 Wheelers/Snowmobiles in the area. Warm clothing is always recommended as even summer evenings can get cool.
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|Pictured to the right is your remote 2 bedroom camp nestled in between tall pines and white birches on the shore of Laramie Lake.
Laramie is a clear-water lake with an average depth of about 15 feet, hosting plenty of healthy cabbage weed which the Northern Pike love to spend time in.|
Every effort has been made to keep the area in it's original state maintaining it's natural beauty.
|Laramie Lake can be enjoyed by the whole family. Here Dad is setting up the kids with an anchor so they can go swimming in their own secret cove.
|Pictured to the right is your host Jerry Boudreault with a nice catch of Northern Pike caught on Laramie Lake.
The best fishing is generally in early morning and after supper leaving plenty of time during the day to explore the miles of trails and adjacent countryside.
Live bait and spoons fished through the weed beds are known producers.
|Northern Professional Hunting Guides
832 Government Rd W.
Kirkland Lake ON P0K 1A0
|Payment Forms Accepted:
Cash, Travellers Checks
*personal checks - deposit only
Cabin (4 people) $500. US
Required Deposit $250.
All Days and Holidays
9am - 11pm
Book early - Avoid disappointment
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