Canadian Fishing, Wildlife, Nature & Relaxing Wilderness Vacations Naturally in Northern Ontario Canada
Our Wilderness Island Resort is a perfect place for an exciting family holiday in the wilderness, Canadian fishing vacation adventures with friends, romantic getaways, refreshing nature retreat, or just quietly relaxing away from civilization. Our remote Canadian Wilderness Vacation and Fishing Lodge has very comfortable accommodations, great meals and very friendly service. Easily accessible by fly-in by float plane.
Our resort is located on a remote island on Lake Wabatongushi in Northern Ontario, Canada, a 10,000 acre/3,000 hectare lake. Great fishing for walleye and northern pike, in the South West corner of the Chapleau Game Preserve, a 3,000 square mile/7,000 square km wildlife sanctuary with abundant opportunities to see moose, black bear, loons, bald eagles and many boreal forest birds. Our variety of housekeeping, housekeeping with dinners, and American Plan packages are provided complete with wood fishing boats and electric start outboard motors, and full use of the resort facilities such as canoes and kayaks, swimming areas and nature trails.
At our resort, you’ll have significant opportunities to see many animals and birds.Read More
Our resort is situated on 2 secluded islands on Lake Wabatongushi, the second largest lake in the Chapleau Game Preserve.Read More
“When I visited Errington’s it was the furthest north I had been in Ontario. I loved every minute of my experience from the long train ride from Sault Ste. Marie, to the untouched wilderness of northern Ontario. Every guest room or cottage comes with a handmade wooden boat and motor. It was a blast boating around the lake! The owners and staff are friendly and helpful and made it their personal mission to find us a black bear sighting. A must visit!”
“I have been to Errington’s twice and loved it both times. You can experience the true Canadian wild and have the comfort of a cabin to go home to at night. I don’t fish but the fishermen I talked to said fishing is great, and the knowledgeable staff tell you where to catch the most fish. I prefer to kayak along the shore and to enjoy the quiet, the stars at night, and the call of the loons. You can cook in your cabin or go to the lodge for excellent meals. The chef cheerfully accommodated my request for a vegetarian meal. The Erringtons know the area very well and are happy to share their knowledge and experience. All in all, a great experience.”