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The Comforts Of Home In A Remote Wilderness Setting!

Remote Cabins

On the softer side of remote wilderness travel, Canoe Canada has chosen several beautiful lakes in the White Otter Wilderness to build cabins. Accessible only by float equipped aircraft, these locations give privacy, comfort, great fishing, and excellent opportunities for wildlife photography.
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A Short Hike for Adventure

We have boats and canoes on "side lakes" for a great day trip! Here you can fish, swim, and explore on your own remote lake in the heart of the Canadian Shield country. With a comfortable cabin and excellent equipment, you can relax and escape the pressures of schedules and telephones.



Important Things You Should Be Aware Of

We are one of the few outfitters who flight check their guests at least once during their stay to ensure comfort and safety. Upon arrival at our main base, we go over large scale topographic maps of the lakes with you, detailing "hotspots" and answering any questions you may have.

Aero base

Please allow at least two hours between your Atikokan arrival time and your flight departure to camp.

Each person is allowed 100 pounds of gear. This includes your fishing tackle, clothing, sleeping bag, groceries, beverages and bait. You are welcomed to bring more than that, but there is a charge to fly in additional freight.


Our Remote Cabins
Feature the Following:

  • All cooking utensils and silverware
  • Hot and cold running water at the shower, vanity and kitchen sink
  • 14’ Boats and new Yamaha & Mercury motors
  • Propane range and refrigerator
  • We furnish outboard gas, cushions, swivel boat seats, paddles, bait buckets, and landing nets.

View all of our Outpost Cabins.