Contact Name: Chad & Michelle, Owners
Main Location: Jellicoe area in the Thunder Bay District of Northwestern Ontario
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Asking Price: $1,800,000 CAD
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A drive to fishing hotspot endorsed by top outdoorsman in North America (named one of the Top 25 Fishing Destinations in Ontario – Outdoor Canada Magazine). The lodge’s geographical location is situated alongside the best trout fishing in the Northern Hemisphere and most prolific walleye waters in NW Ontario.
The lodge has a long history of strong financial performance. It is a convenient drive from the upper Midwest and GTA. With an overabundance of smaller, portage and ATV access inland lakes, filled with the best walleye numbers and other game fish, this lodge has a loyal guest list and is ready for the next owner to take over and enjoy the lifestyle this business offers.
Photos of the Lodge
Buildings & Site Improvements
- Main lodge
- Owners Residence
- 11 Guest cabins
- Fishing Cleaning House
- Storage Buildings
- RV Sites
Chattels Included in the Sale
- Cabin Furnishings
- Boats and motors
- Heavy Equipment
- Full details will be provided to interested buyers
Land & Location
Property Lines Not Exact
The property is within the Municipal boundaries of Greenstone in the Thunder Bay District of Northwestern Ontario. The lodge site is approximately 5.09 acres on a private peninsula with 1,445 feet of prime water frontage.
There are 5 RV sites, a basketball court, wood retaining walls along the waters edge, a sand beach and there is a private boat launch as well. The lodge has rights to a bear management area, a bait harvest block and a boat cache on Onaman Lake. The lodge also has 1 archery bull tag and 5 cow archery tags in WMU 19.
The lake the lodge is located on is part of a chain of 30+ lakes stretching for many miles across Northwestern Ontario. These lakes are accessible by boat, driving or portaging. There is even water access to Lake Nipigon where you can fish for Walleyes, Northern Pike, Brook Trout and Lake Trout.
Note: Map below does not show exact location.