Remote Outposts Cabins
Outposts are cabins located in remote wilderness areas. Generally, you either fly-in or boat-in to the cabin and your camp is often the only building for many miles. Some lakes will have only one outpost and your group will enjoy your fishing or hunting trip in total seclusion. What a way to spend your vacation days!
Most of the outposts in the area are accessed by float plane. You'll meet your hosts at their Air Plane Base and fly to your secluded lake from there. With so many lakes in the area, its hard to mention them all, but here's some of the fly-in lakes you can go fishing at: Action, Aerial, Allison, Antenna, Apps, Bear Paw, Bertha, Bertrand, Betty, Birch, Birmingham, Blackbirch, Broken Falls, Brokenmouth, Brownstone, Carillon, Carroll, Casummit, Cherrington, Cobham, Cochrane, Confederation, Conifer, Crooked, Dead Dog, Deer, Findlay, Gitche, Grace, Hailstone, Hammerhead, Headwaters, Irwin, Jeanette, Jubilee, Kamungishkamo, Kapikik, Loree, Margaret, McVicar, Okanse, Papaonga, Perrigo, Pine Needle, Pusher, Redpath, Ruddy, Saddle, Sand Point, Seagraves, Shabumeni, Shearstone, Springpole, Sumach, Swain, Upper Wapesi, Upturnedroot, Vee, Wakeman, Wapesi, Washagomis, Wavell, Wenasaga, Wine, and Woman Lakes.
If you don't want to fly, but you want a remote location, you can boat in outposts on Lac Seul, McKenzie Bay, Ogani Lake, Confederation Lake, Woman Lake and Woman River.
Ear Falls Campgrounds & RV Parks
If you're planning on a camping trip to Ear Falls this summer, expect a secluded setting, a lot of wildlife, great fishing as well as many recreation options to choose from. Some lodges surrounding Ear Falls offer camping during the summer months. Most sites are lakefront or very close to the shore including lakes such as Lac Seul, the English River System, Pakwash, Wabaskang, and Camping. Choose from tent sites, fully serviced RV sites (or partially serviced (RV sites. Many campgrounds feature a central shower house with restrooms on site, fire pits and picnic tables. Often you'll have the benefit of using of all the camp facilities including fish cleaning house, launching and landing private boats. Some will have laundry facilities if you are staying for a while. If you aren't bringing your own boat, you can rent a boat from the resort.
There are many activities to do on your camping vacation - try fishing, swimming, canoeing or hiking. For the children, you can find campgrounds that have sand beaches and playgrounds. From a change from the secluded wilderness setting, head into the Town of Ear Falls for some shopping, sightseeing, dining or golfing.
Other camping options included staying at the Pakwash Provincial Park, 19 km (12 miles) north of Ear Falls. Pakwash has 50 campsites, about half of which have electricity. All are within walking distance of toilets and water taps. A comfort station with showers and laundry facilities is also nearby. Group camping for up to 15-100 people can be arranged. Campsites and amenities are available from mid-May through to Labour Day. Spend the day at the beach and swim in the shallow, clean waters of Pakwash Lake. There's also a picnic shelter next to the beach and toilets nearby.
Ear Falls Hotels
You can find hotels conveniently located right on Highway 105 in Ear Falls.
Houseboat Rentals on Lac Seul
Houseboats can be rented on Lac Seul from Ear Falls. Houseboats are designed and equipped with all the latest and most modern conveniences - propane stove, fridge, space heaters, hot water heater, BBQ grill, microwave, coffeemaker, toaster, dishes, cutlery, cookware, linens, pillows, gas generator, efficient battery-operated lighting and chest freezer. A fishing boat is generally supplied with your floating lodge rental.
On the west side of Lac Seul, houseboat guides are mandatory to take you to your MNR designated parking area and set you up for the week. Lac Seul is a crescent-shaped reservoir approximately 150 miles long, first flooded in 1935. The lake consists of open water, bays, narrow channels, and islands. It is a relatively shallow lake with many rocky shoals, providing great habitat for walleye and northern pike. Other fish species found in Lac Seul are muskie, yellow perch, whitefish and some bass. Lac Seul is located on the former lake bed of glacial Lake Agassiz and is tea-colored. In clear water, walleye only feed at dusk and dawn because of their light-sensitive eyes, but because of the tea color of Lac Seul, it provides excellent walleye and northern pike angling opportunities throughout the day.