With full reconstruction completed in 2009, Highway 584, (Ring of Fire Highway) calls for you to get off the beaten path of Highway 11/17 and head north of Geraldton towards the communities of Nakina and Aroland. A short 74 kilometer stretch brings you into Nakina, a vibrant jumping off spot for numerous remote outdoor experiences including fishing, hunting, camping, snowmobiling, and canoeing / kayaking. The area is home to the Vanderbeck family and the storyline behind the renowned novel, Traplines North
Your short trip will take you through the Nakina Morraine National Park situated directly south of the community of Nakina. This recent 5319 ha . addition to the parks system features a number of post glacial landforms featuring featuring eskers, kettle holes, and lacustrine clay and silt deposits and numerous popular local fishing holes.
|Leuenberger's Fly-In Lodge|
|As all of our cottages are accessible by air only, one of our Turbo De Havilland aircraft will fly you and your party into the finest Walleye and Northern Pike fishing in unspoiled wilderness you can experience in Northern Ontario.|
Walleye, northern, speckled trout and perch are abundant in the outpost lakes. We are fortunate to have a truly fantastic fishery north of Nakina, with many walleye weighing in at six pounds and more. Trophy northern tip the scales at 25 pounds plus, with the elusive speckled trout measuring 20 inches. If it is the great grey (lake trout) that you are after, these brutes can be found at the lodge on Kaganagiami Lake. The largest to date has been a thirty-two pounder.
|Pennock's Tourist Service & Shores Motel|
|Boat Rental, Gas, Motel, Bait & Tackle|