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Old 03-14-2011, 05:57 PM
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Default Resorts you can drive to with u r own boat?

hey folks...

looking for Canadian summer holiday options here.

Does anyone know of hotels/resorts/lodges that cater to boat owners and or fishermen...AND have boat slips for free or rent during your stay??

any and all
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Old 03-14-2011, 09:25 PM
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google sunset country, they will have a ton of drive to locations and check out those places, if they are a drive too camp, the availability of having your own boat with you and getting docking and gas and bait is almost 100%.

I haven't been to a drive in camp in over 30 years living in northwestern ontario that doesn't allow private boats.
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Old 03-15-2011, 02:32 AM
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Northern Ontario Tourist Outfitters Association website is a good place to start. Try out the trip wizard.
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I'm taking my boat into a boat in resort this summer. Camp Narrows on the north arm of Rainy Lake. Boat in about 7 miles. Cabins on the water with your own dock.
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I have taken my boat to both Red Pine and Garden Island.
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We have taken our boat to Indian Lake (north of Ignace) and Big North lodge on the Winnipeg River. Both great fishing .Agimac river outfitters on Indian
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I have taken my boat to both Red Pine and Garden Island.
Out of curiosity, how much did it cost to get the boat up passed the ****?
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Default Any in SK, AB or BC ?

Out west anyone?

Boat-in or Drive-in with your boat?
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Old 03-15-2011, 03:20 PM
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its a pretty safe bet that 95 percent of the camps that you can drive too will also allow your own boat and slip. Try googleing Lake Nippissing, theres PLENTY of camps there< and a lot of water to fish as well
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Old 03-15-2011, 08:41 PM
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Good number of them in SK, Jacobsen Bay on Anglin Lake. There is a couple of boat in lodges that were still open the last time I went through Hunter's Bay on Lac La Ronge, although I'll admit that was a few years ago. Jan Lake lodge is another lodge that you can drive to. That's off the top of my head, you can also check with sasktourism.com to find a list of lodges.
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