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Red Pine Wilderness Lodge
James Bowden
P.O. Box 128 Haileybury, ON P0J1K0, 150 7th Concession East, RR #1, Millgrove ON L0R 1V0
1 800 585-8069 or (705) 679-5677
or (905) 689-3000 (fax) (705) 679-5677 (905) 689-9202

Located on a 7½ acre island on Lady Evelyn Lake, Red Pine offers 7 fully-equipped cottages, a main dining room, and Finnish sauna set amidst towering red pines. Private docks for each cottage. Choice of American plan or housekeeping packages with 16' boats and 15 hp motors, gas, and bait. Three piece bathrooms and a central shower house. Lady Evelyn Lake provides anglers with the opportunity to fish for walleye, northern pike, smallmouth bass, and there are trout lakes nearby. Excellent service and a family atmosphere. Come and share our piece of Northern Ontario.

Garden Island Lodge
Joe Henry
PO Box 1678
New Liskeard, Ontario P0J 1P0, CANADA
Phone 705-672-2767

Located on a 13 acre island on Lady Evelyn Lake. 9 private lakeview cabins sleeping between 2 and 6 people. Dining room is air conditioned in the main lodge building. Meals served are superb, are prepared on-site are all you can eat. Boats are 16.5 foot Lunds, 25 hp 4 stroke Yamahas, cushioned seats with lumbar support, live well with aerator, nav lights, Eagle fish finders, nets and cradles, unlimited gas and bait. Trophy fishing for walleye, northern pike, and smallmouth bass is amazing.

Ellen Island Camp
Jeff and Jane Landriault
Box 2 Cobalt, ON P0J 1C0 (705) 679-5145

The Land of the Maple Leaf invites you to join us in a fantastic week of fishing, sightseeing, or hunting on the Picturesque Lady Evelyn Lake. Your heart will be captured instantly by the Beauty and Peacefulness of the unspoiled waters of Northern Ontario. Lady Evelyn Lake is a man made body of water which originally started off as only a river, in 1925 a Hydro control dam was built. There has never been road access to the Lake, it can only be accessed by water or air, which has fortunately protected our waters from being overpopulated & spoiled. No matter where you choose to drop anchor, you'll find great species of fish. Walleye (Pickerel), Pike & Bass are waiting to bite your line whether you Troll, Drift, Still Fish or Cast. Maybe you would rather take a day trip into one of our remote lakes and try your hand at some Trout. Maple Mountain is the second highest peak in Ontario and is only 18 miles from Camp. Take a trip and experience the thrill of climbing this peak. There is a well marked trail, you'll find the scenery breathtaking.

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