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Nipigon River Adventures

Nipigon River Adventures is located 60 miles east of Thunder Bay just 5km off of the Trans Canada Highway, on the doorstep of Red Rock, overlooking Lake Superior.It is located in the middle of the Lake Superior National Marine Conservation Area. The Lake Superior National Marine Conservation Area is the largest freshwater protected area in the world spanning over 10,000 square kilometres in size.  It is home to over 50 shipwrecks, 70 species of fish and countless islands and bays.

Adventure travel in Ontario’s true north is what Nipigon River Adventures is all about. Your adventure package includes some of the most amazing adventures such as world-class fly fishing, kayaking, hiking, sailing and more. They will provide experienced guides that will ensure your success and enjoyment and at the end of each beautiful day deliver you back to the cozy lodge to enjoy the finest view of Lake Superior, relax by an open fire pit and at night rest your head, in preparation for another great day ahead.

The Lodge

The Lodge at Red Rock is a bed & breakfast in a beautiful 4,000 square foot log cabin that was built in 1937. It originally served as the corporate retreat for the pulp and paper mill in Red Rock. The lodge has six cozy guest rooms, a great room that is 2 ½ floors high with cantilevered log beams, second floor walkway, a massive stone fireplace and a bar – perfect for meetings and evening relaxing. The dining room overlooks Lake Superior and the large kitchen is well equipped for preparing delicious meals for guests.

The aroma of a hearty breakfast will rouse you from your sleep in the morning and fuel you for a day of adventure. After a long day of fishing and exploring, relax on the large deck overlooking Lake Superior or share stories around the campfire.

Brook Trout

The main activity at the lodge centers around the world class brook trout fishery on the Nipigon River. The Nipigon River produced the world record brook trout caught in 1915, weighing in at 14 pounds 6 ounces. The lodge uses some of the best local guides in the business and catches of 4-6 pounds are routine and can range up to 10 pounds. Who knows perhaps even the next world record is lurking down there somewhere!



Contact Info:

Phone: 807-621-6342
Website: http://nipigonriveradventures.com/
Rd 17 Hwy 628 Red Rock, Ontario P0T 2P0 Canada