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More than just your typical Canadian fishing camp, Cygnet Lake Camp is a total outdoor vacation destination. Whether you’re looking to catch loads of walleye, northern pike, smallmouth bass, or perch; we’re considered by many to be the premiere fishing destination in Northwestern Ontario. In addition to fishing, we’re well known for our quality fall black bear hunts, as well as whitetail deer, waterfowl and grouse hunting. After a day on the water or in the bush, one of our eight housekeeping cabins are the perfect place to rest your head and dream about what’s to come tomorrow! Take a tour around inside and see why our customers come back year after year, many calling Cygnet Lake Camp their second home!
About Cygnet Lake Camp
Cygnet Lake Camp is more than just a great fishing destination; many of our guests opt to discover the loads of other wilderness adventures right in our back yard.
Hunting - Whether your dream hunt is for black bear, whitetail deer, waterfowl or grouse; Cygnet Lake Camp is the sportsman’s destination choice. As passionate hunters ourselves, we have the knowledge of the local game to give you that ultimate hunt of a lifetime.
Day Trips - One of the favorite activities of our guests is the day trips. Whether it’s a 4-mile ATV ride to a secluded bass fishing lake, or an 11-mile trek over the Canadian Shield to catch walleye until your arms are sore; we have a trip for all ages. Trips are limited to one group per day and fill up fast, contact us to schedule yours today!
Hiking - With hundreds of square miles of Canadian Shield and miles of logging trails, hiking is one of those sometimes forgotten adventures to truly get you into the heart of the wilderness. The magnificent views from the high rock will take your breath away and make you want to discover what’s around the next corner. Don’t miss out on this opportunity to see why we love spending our summers here as much as we do!
Blueberry Picking - At the end of July and early August the Canadian bush yields some of the finest blueberry picking in the world. Some of our guests pick enough to enjoy in their morning pancakes, while others pick pails full to bring home. Either way, you won’t want to miss the opportunity to taste a true Northwood’s treat.
After a day of enjoying everything the Canadian bush has to offer, sit back and enjoy the sounds of the loons around a crackling campfire with a great bunch of friends and family.
Waterfront Description & Nearby Activities
Fishing on Cygnet Lake can be defined with one word: awesome, unbelievable, fantastic-you choose. With the combination of shallow weedy bays, rock reefs, and many feeder streams, Cygnet Lake produces a large number of fish every year. Whether you are looking for Walleye, Northern Pike, Smallmouth Bass, or even Perch, this is the destination for you.
Cygnet Lake is approximately 3500 acres with 12 islands. The Cygnet River flows into the lake at the south end, and flows out at the north end only a few hundred yards from camp. There are several spots to pull over in the afternoon and prepare a wonderful Canadian Shore Lunch. For those that are interested, a local guide is available for a daily fee.
We have a very large population of black bears within our bear management unit. The bait stations are checked daily and are set up to provide a clean, quartering away shot. You will arrive at your stand either by four-wheeler or by boat. Stands are selected daily, depending upon sign in the area and wind direction.
Our fall bear hunts include everything under our Housekeeping Cabin Packages, plus full guide service, active baited sites, your bear license, and skinning and quartering. The price is $1950 U.S. per person. There is a $500 deposit due per person, which is non-refundable.
Vacation Rental Websitewww.cygnetlake.com
Property Amenities & Features
- Wheelchair Accessible
- Linens Provided
- Small Appliances
- Parking Available
Individual Unit Description
We have eight housekeeping cabins for you to relax in after a long day in the great Canadian wilderness.
Cabin No.1 - Three bedrooms that will sleep up to eight people. A screened porch looking over the lake will provide you with beautiful sunrises and relaxing evenings listening to the loons.
Cabin No.2 - Up to four people can stay in this two-bedroom cabin. It has a covered deck with a spectacular view of the lake.
Cabins No.3 & 4 - Both of these cabins sleep up to four people. They share a community bathroom and shower house withing a few walking steps.
Cabin #5 has 3 bedrooms and sleeps up to six people. You may want to spend your evenings on the deck looking out over the lake, or relax around the fire in front of the cabin.
Cabin No.6 - New in 2003, Cabin #6 is handicap accessible and has everything you need for a very relaxing week. It has three bedrooms and a pull-out couch in the living area, sleeping up to eight people. There is a covered deck with a breath-taking view of the lake.
Cabin No.7 - New in 2005, Cabin #7 is also handicap accessible. It is our largest cabin, with three bedrooms and a pull-out couch in the large front room, allowing eight people plenty of room to sleep. There is also a large covered deck to spend your evenings overlooking the lake.
Cabin No.8 - New in 2008, Cabin #8 has three bedrooms, plus two couches in th large front room, allowing eight people plenty of room to sleep. There is also a large covered deck to spend your evenings overlooking the lake.
Fees & Deposits
Additional Rate Information
Cabin Check-in 8:00 a.m. Saturday
Cabin Check-out 8:00 a.m. Friday
You may bring your own boat or choose a Housekeeping Cabin Package. The package includes a cabin, 16' boat with Yamaha 20 hp 4-stroke motor, swivel seats, gas, and a 8-day Conservation fishing license.
No.1, 2, 5, 6, 7 & 8 - $650/person/week
No.3 Or 4 - $520/person/week
Cabin prices are quoted in $USD
Taxes are not included in prices
Customer is responsible for any damages to cabins and rental equipment
Prices include minnows, freezer service, boat launch, and docking
Children under 16 are half price
Prices apply to the 2011 season
No charge cards will be accepted
Minimum deposit of $100 USD per person is required to confirm a reservation
Deposits are non-refundable
Please contact the listing owner for more information about the Cancellation Policy.