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|Kab Lake Lodge|
|Kab Lake Lodge is a drive to family camp with 900' of the most beautiful sand beach with excellent swimming and fishing. Located on Kabitotikwia Lake.|
* Lodging for sixty-four
* Cabins, R.V. and tent sites
* Thousands of acres of crown land for 4-wheeling
* Excellent Grouse hunting in the fall
* Fishing for Walleye, Northern Pike, Perch and Lake Trout
|Kakabeka Falls Motor Hotel|
|A great place to stay when visiting Kakabeka Falls or traveling on Hwy 11/17, only 20 minutes west of Thunder Bay. Licensed Dining Room, Lounge/Bar, Coffee Shop, clean modern rooms. Price is right for a family of 4 it is $ 67.60 taxes included per night. Just a short walk to beautiful Kakabeka Falls Provincial Park with its majestic and most beautiful Kakabeka Falls. 2nd largest falls in Ontario.|
|Klotz Lake Camp|
|We are a family owned & operated outfitter serving northern Ontario for 55 years! Situated on Hwy. 11 North at Klotz Lake between Hearst and Longlac. We offer 9 housekeeping cabins, RV & tenting campground with electric hook-up (water is available up top at the lodge). Boat, motor, canoe, and kayak rental avail. The fishing is spectacular for Record-winning Walleye, Northern Pike, Perch, Whitefish, Brook/Speckled Trout, Lake Trout & Splake. This is where kids can catch fish!|
We're situated in WMU 21B and 19 for a successful moose hunt. Our black bear and wolf hunts are fully customized & handled personally. Great grouse hunts every year! Klotz Lake Camp is the eastern gateway to the Greenstone Area for snowmobiling in this beautiful country. We have a small confectionery store, licenses, gas, live bait, tackle and souveniers plus we're open year-round! Come see why our guests return year after year!
|KOA - Thunder Bay|
|Make our KOA campground your headquarters to experience the natural beauty of nearby Lake Superior and the region's attractions. Go rockhounding at open-pit amethyst mines. Explore 130-foot Kakabeka Falls and Ouimet Canyon. Relive area history at Fort William Historical Park, a re-created 1815 trading post complete with costumed natives, trappers and traders, and at the Centennial Park 1910 Logging Camp. KOA's 90 acres of spruce, birch and poplar shimmer with color in autumn. Our campsites are tucked in the trees and in wide-open sunshine. We have camping cabins & *NEW* lodges available |