Beaver house in background...Deer at a feeding station
Fall / Winter Activities
Whatever your favourite outdoor activity - snowshoeing, cross country skiing, ice fishing, deer bow hunting, photography or relaxing inside a nice cabin beside a warm fire reading a book - we have the accommodations, equipment and conditions to meet your every need. Join us this winter and be a part of the winter fishing experience Be sure to check out our ice fishing oportunities in the fishing link
During the transition from fall to winter we have the winter deer migration at our back door. Whether you're a nature photographer or a bow hunter, we can provide the opportunity to shoot with a camera or with a bow. The duration of the migration of deer from north and west to the Loring Deer Yards is dependant on the weather and can last as long as from late November to late December. Keeping up with the current migration population requires daily observation on my part to keep you informed of the best time to visit. If either of these activities interests you, email me and I will keep you posted on the start and finish of the deer migration.
Deer and Wolf Viewing
Here's an opportunity for photographers and nature lovers to view deer and wolves in their natural habitat. Read more...
OFSC trails and plenty of local trails are yours to discover...right at our doorstep. More...
Guided Day trips
We have something that you've probably never tried before - a guided day trip to my log cabin trap line outpost camp. Nature's quiet surrounds the Little Pole Camp which is located in the interior of my trap line. We have the equipment, knowledge and miles of trap line trails to explore and you can see for yourself what nature has to offer in the outback bush land.
As I mentioned earlier, we are located on the very edge of the famous Loring Deer Yards. The view from a window or a short snowmobile ride can give you a look at many deer in their natural environment. Wolves are also a part of nature's plan and can be frequently seen running across the lake.
I have been in the bush all my life and now I would like to share with you the awesome wonders of Nature and the experience that I have been so fortunate to have at my fingertips for 76 + years Since my offer for guided day trips and overnight stays @ my Pole Camp, I find that my health prevents the overnight stays However I am all up to the guided tours to and from my Little Pole Camp.
This is not a high speed tour. Time to take time to see the beauty of winter at its best
My favourite stop for show & tell - The Pole Camp
Sometimes you have to explain
This is what I am talking about
For most folks, it's the winter ice fishing that brings them to Camp. Our main fishing spots are within walking distance in front of the Camp. Having said that, transportation is always available. The fishing huts have a 4 person capacity and are propane heated.
The package plan for $200.00 is Friday to Sunday An extra day - either Thursday or Monday - can be arranged at an additional cost of $25.00 per person. There is still time to get in on the winter ice fishing experience.
pictures from 2019 ice fishing below
2019 same guy but his buddy caught both the pickerel & the Lake trout
2019 first time guest .first day Jan 12.His choice to catch and release
Join me on the trap line and learn about the tradition of fur harvesting using humane, sustainable methods...
Book early and get your choice of dates.
A little snow, a little frost, frozen throttle. Notice the Ski-doo up against the cottage wall
Cottage #8 now has a Ski-doo ski scar. Moral of the story...check throttle before starting!
The rest of the story
Spring, Summer, Fall and Winter
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