Get Treated Like King (or Queen)

Leave nothing to chance with American plan packages. These all-inclusive plans are sure to please.


If you want to concentrate on fishing or relaxing and nothing else then an American Plan Package at one of the lodges or resorts is what you'll need. Hearty meals are served up for you along with a shore lunch kit or boxed lunch and a scrumptious full-course meal in the evening.

Tasty home-cooked dinners like steaks, walleye, or lasagne are topped off with a delicious dessert, perhaps even a homemade blueberry pie with sweet Canadian wild blueberries. Modified American Plan Packages generally mean that supper is included. All you have to worry about is having a good time!

Dessert at Delaney Lake Lodge!


While many of the all-inclusive resorts are accessible by car, some of these full-service lodges are located in fly-in-only lakes. Here you are taken to a faraway secluded lake with awesome fishing and hunting. You can also try out a boat-in AP lodge on one of the many beautiful islands in the area. These lodges are literally "Diamonds in the rough". All meals are included and this is a great chance for you to sit back and really relax.

Right before the main course at Duck Bay Lodge! 


Along with the large selection of American Plan Lodges in Sunset Country comes a large selection of AP Packages! They all include meals, but some will include boat rentals and/or guide service, some even include open bars! There's nothing better than pulling up to shore and frying up your freshly caught walleye for a Canadian shore lunch prepared by your guide.

A spectacular view at Branch's Seine River Lodge 

Lucky for you, there are many options to choose from. With all these full-service lodges available, does that mean it is overcrowded? No, we have over 70,000 lakes, rivers, and streams in Sunset Country, so definitely not overcrowded.


To find out more about the specifics of each American Plan Package, visit the tourist outfitters in Sunset Country that offer full and modified American Plan Packages, and have a great time on your vacation in Sunset Country! 

About Erin Rody

I grew up on Black Sturgeon Lake in Northwestern Ontario. I am a staff writer for the Sunset Country Travel Association. Through my articles I hope to entice you to visit the wonderful region I call home. We are all about outdoor adventure; with 70,000 lakes and rivers and a whole lot of forests how can we not be? Whether you like to fish, hunt, canoe, kayak, boat or go camping, Sunset Country has something for you. Enjoy!

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