Cabin Canoe Trip
Batchewaung Lake Outpost Cabin
On a small rock island in the middle of Batchewaung Lake, rests a
beautiful 2 bedroom cabin completed in the fall of 1999. This is in
'Quetico Park', so you must paddle and portage into the cabin from the
Nym Lake entry point; no boats and motors allowed. The 5 mile canoe
trip includes on portage of 750 yards, and most people make the trip in
about 3 hours.
The cabin is fully insulated, and completely equipped with
solar/electric lighting, propane refrigerator and stove, propane
barbeque, all cooking and eating utensils, wood stove, and 2 bedrooms;
each has a queen size bed and 3 single bunk beds.
The sparkling blue water holds some of 'Quetico's'
best trout, smallmouth bass and pike fishing.
Gorgeous scenery and solitude surround you, and walleye holes, a
pictograph site, and abundant wildlife is a short paddle from the
Outfitting is all inclusive; your choice of Aluma-Craft, Royalex or
Kevlar canoes, all food packing (your selections from our 'Elite'
menu), any tents, packs and camping equipment you want for overnight
excursions away from camp, transportation to/from Nym Lake entry, and
the fully equipped cabin.
| Group Size
| 2 nights/3
| 3 nights/4
| 4 nights/5
| 5 nights/6
| 6 nights/7
Canned/bottled food and beverages are
allowed on the island, so you
may bring in your own canned beer or soda, but remember that you have
to portage them in and all garbage must come out. The above rates include
Quetico Park day use fees, but add 7% sales and conservation fishing
license costs to the rates above. Most people paddle and portage all
their food and supplies into Batchewaung from the Nym landing. If you
have lots of heavy and bulky stuff, we can fly about 400 pounds of
freight to the island for an additional $250 charge.
Make sure to specify the "Batchewaung Cabin" with your canoe
reservations, and make sure
to let us know if you want your food and gear flown in to the cabin by
[ Reserve this
Cabin or call 807-597-6418 ]
Canoe Canada was established in 1974 on a personal service basis so
that Bud and Jim could share their knowledge of the Quetico wilderness
country with outdoor enthusiasts seeking real adventure and security in
the knowledge of excellent equipment and careful planning. Our
commitment to quality and our wilderness experience makes Canoe
Canada's service unique.