Lake Herridge Lodge & Resort

Lake Herridge Lodge & Resort
Northern Ontario
  5760 Hwy # 11 North , Temagami , Ontario ,
 705-569-3718

Description

Located 90 kms north of North Bay, We are the most southern on the inside right beside Hwy #11. Lake Herridge Lodge is a 4-season fishing & hunting paradise set in the scenic tranquility of the Temagami Wilderness Forest. Endless activity choices include fishing, hunting, canoeing, kayaking, hiking, photography, ATVing, skiing, snowmobiling, snow shoeing or just simply relaxing at one of our lake side Cottages. The perfect family or friend getaway.

Fishing & Hunting:
Aside from the main lake, Herridge Lake, fishing opportunities extend to 5 remote back lakes which offer a multitude of fishing options. Back lakes are reached by a short portage and all you bring is your personal gear. Whichever fishing option you choose it's sure to be a trip you will remember! Out waters abound with Walleye (Yellow Pickerel), Lake Trout, Smallmouth Bass, Northern Pike and Perch. Herridge Lake offers Northern Pike, Walleye, Smallmouth Bass and Whitefish.

Summer Family Packages:
Bring your family for a vacation and create lifelong memories! Family packages include a Cottage, Boat & Motor on Herridge Lake, Kayaks, Paddleboat, Games Room with Pool Table, games, Big Screen TV & Hockey Table.

Hiking:
Temagami and the vast area of Crown Land offers endless trails for hiking, observing nature & wildlife. Photography can attempt to capture the Near North and all it's beauty. Caribou Mountain has a lookout with a breathtaking view of the village and northeast arm of Lake Temagami. The 100' Temagami Fire Tower stands on the summit of the mountain 400' above the town and 1300' above sea level. It is the highest point on Yonge St. (Hwy 11).

Canoeing:
Canoe tripping in the Near North and Temagami area cannot be matched anywhere in Ontario. The rugged Temagami wilderness with it's beauty and tranquility, entice those paddlers to explore their diverse and unique landscapes.

ATVing:
Hit the trail and leave the world of frenzy behind. With the endless number of ATV trails along miles of pipeline, down old logging roads and through the wilderness you will

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