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Camp & Cottages is located on Troutbait Lake approximately 90kms north east of North
Bay on hwy. #63. Turning on to McConnell Lake Road from Hwy. #63 you will
enjoy the drive through the wilderness on a wide, well maintained gravel road.
Following the Opimika signs will get you to the lodge in approximately 25 minutes.
Your Cottage is on the lake with a full view of surrounding wilderness. All cottages have a spectacular view of the lake and as you sit on your deck in the evening you will enjoy a beautiful Opimika sunset. In the evening we all enjoy a bonfire and casual conversation, fish stories and the occasional guitar sing a long.
Opimika offers everything for the avid outdoors person. You can enjoy the four seasons at Opimika. Whether you fish, ice fish, hunt, snowmobile or ATV, we can accommodate your needs.
If it is a family vacation destination in the wilderness you are after, we offer boat rentals with motors, a shuttle service to the over 30 area lakes which have walleye, pike, trout and bass. If you enjoy the quiet, then how about using the kayaks or taking a canoe on a serene paddle. We also offer the use of a paddle boat for the relaxed exerciser. The kids will be amazed at the clear, clean water. They will be able to see fish bite their worm, or snorkel to the floating dock and watch the fish below them.
The family pet is also welcome at Opimika, with common courtesy to the other guests, of course. A leash is required at all times as well as cleaning after your pet. No barking please.
For the eco-tourist lover Opimika offers many hiking trails and endless wilderness excursions. We also have available on request, wildlife viewing stations were you may catch a glimpse of deer, moose, bear, wolf and possibly a lynx. Looking over head you may see the local bald eagle as he comes in for his morning fish, and in the evening you will enjoy the call of the resident loons.
Mike Shepherd and Julie Gall
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