Northern Ontario, Canada

Making lifelong memories out on the lake
Your Dad taught you how to fish; now it's time to thank your Dad this Father's Day. Ask anyone how they learned how to fish and I'll bet the majority of them will say "My dad used to take me fishing". It's almost like a right of passage to have your dad take you out fishing when you're a child.  At the resorts and lodges in Sunset Country you'll often see three generations coming up year after year. The grandfathers started taking their kids, and then the kids started having kids of their own and they started coming up too. It's so great to see many generations heading out on the lake for a day of fishing or a week…
Heading back from a day of fishing in Ontario
You're sitting at your desk on hump day, thinking "I'd rather be somewhere else". As I was writing this article, I was thinking the exact same thing. It's sunny and just about 70F (20C) outside. I was looking at these photos and really wishing I could get out into the wilderness I call home rather than in this office. Once you get a look at these photos, I'm sure you'll agree. Here are 10 places I'd rather be right now than at my desk.  Sandy Beach on Lake of the Woods Guests at Tomahawk Resort take a leisurely boat ride to this secluded beach on Lake of the Woods for a swim. With the water being below normal this year,…
Grace Lake, Killarney Park
Editor's Note: Sarah Furchner, an award-winning Wildlife and Nature Photographer from Northern Ontario, shares with us her unique perspective of Northeastern Ontario. Explore all the natural beauty that our photogenic region has to offer throughout the year. While summer may be the obvious choice for exploring our region, the rest of the year, including winter, proves to be equally stunning. Experience a sampling of just one part of our region's big, breathtaking vistas and wildlife that will have you absolutely awe-struck. Join us for A Year in Northeastern Ontario. Autumn in Northeastern Ontario Bridal Veil Falls, near the town of Kagawong on Manitoulin Island, is a must-see in the region. Accommodations are conveniently available nearby at Hide Away Lodge. Fox, Killarney Killarney…
Erik Lohn at KaBeeLo Lodge
Over the last 100 years, bush flying has been used in Northern Ontario as an important resource for reaching otherwise inaccessible areas.   Many bush pilots across the region have made their living by utilizing their expertise in flying highly customized, rugged aircraft to commute people and cargo to the most isolated areas throughout the northern wilderness. It is a necessity for which many camps and lodges in the area rely to transport their guests and goods to and from their destinations. Most remote outposts each have their own personal bush pilots to whom they entrust this incredible responsibility. For one man, however, being a bush pilot is more than just a necessity. It’s a way of life.   Erik…
5 Ways to Explore The Lake Superior National Marine Conservation Area This Summer!
Some people may not be aware of the Lake Superior National Marine Conservation Area, or may have heard of it but aren’t quite sure what we do…Well I am going to tell you all about it! Once established, the Lake Superior National Marine Conservation Area will be the LARGEST freshwater protected area in Canada! The ecologically sustainable management by Parks Canada of this HUGE area will ensure its conservation for the enjoyment and appreciation of Canadians and visitors! Now you may be wondering what area the Lake Superior NMCA covers. Well as shown in the photo below, this National Marine Conservation Area stretches from the North part of Lake Superior at Bottle Point near Terrace Bay, ON in the East,…
Arrow Lake at Northwest Flying Inc.
Imagine for a moment a pristine lake, cloaked by thousands of acres of lush wilderness, stretched out as far as the eye can see.   Waves crash and the sound resonates through you as they sizzle into layers on the shore. Unsullied by engines revving in midday traffic because there aren't any cars. Not for miles. No city lights to dilute the horizon as the sky shifts from blue to amber. Your toes plunge into wet sand as you take an evening stroll and the call of a distant loon fills your mind with the fond hope of a summer-eternal. Imagine you're here. Kyle Wilcox at Arrow Lake A bonfire roars on the beach as you and your friends share…
Bill Spicer casts for aggressive Northern Pike at Timberwolf Lodge.
Editor's Notes: Bill Spicer of The New Fly Fisher filmed an episode at Timberwolf Lodge located near Hornepayne, Ontario. Special guests of this particular episode on casting and fly fishing for Northern Pike featured online popular bloggers The Planet D. For those fly fishers who want to hunt big northern pike, there is a special place in Algoma Country, Northern Ontario that has what you want -- Timberwolf Lodge. Timberwolf Lodge is a fly-in facility that easily accommodates fly fishers who want to cast big flies for aggressive northern pike. This upscale fishing lodge is perfect for those who really want to relax, fish and take in the "total wilderness" experience. You want to come to Timberwolf Lodge with a…
Beautiful day in April in Nestor Falls, Ontario, Canada
Other than a few northern outpost lakes, the lakes in Northwest Ontario are free of ice! What a difference a year makes.   As many of you may recall, the Winter/Spring of 2014 saw harsh conditions with record breaking snow and cold temperatures. 2015 is a different story. With an average winter, the lakes all started opening up in mid-to-late April and most were free of ice in early May. The southern lakes like Rainy Lake along the US/Canada border usually open up first, followed by parts of Lake of the Woods and Eagle Lake, then the more northern lakes such as Perrault Lake, Lac Seul and Red Lake follow. The northern outpost lakes and the deep lake trout lakes…
Secrets To Discover And Nightlife To Enjoy: Where the Excitement Happens!
A friend of mine once said, "You live twice if you live at night." I thought at the time it seemed like a clever thing to say, but with each passing year this seemingly simple statement became something that I read more and more into. Every city has things to do during the day, but nightfall brings a whole new array of exciting adventures. The traffic may disappear, but that doesn't mean there isn't fun to be had, secrets to discover and nightlife to enjoy. Many doors that are closed in the light of day, open for business in the evenings. One of the Sault's most famous local establishments, Loplops Lounge has something on the go each night of the…
Knitted and crocheted items and yarn are just some of the local products you can purchase at Mill Market.
A year ago, Mill Market opened its doors to the community showcasing Northern Ontario vendors such as farmers, ranchers, fishermen and artisans from the Algoma Region and beyond. I have had the privilege and the pleasure of documenting a year in photographs for Mill Market, Sault Ste. Marie's newest all year round market. Mill Market is celebrating its one year anniversary this June 2015. Mill Market is located at 35 Canal Drive. The location was once the Municipal Fish Hatchery across from the Clergue Generating Station -- situated near the Sault Locks. You can also access Mill Market along the John Rowswell Hub Trail. It is open Wednesdays, Saturdays and Sundays.  The Mill Market has everything from food, clothing, crafting,…
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