Easy access, modern facilities and its ideal location define this camp. Positioned on a quiet bay that provides safe and easy tie up for your boat and great fishing close by - even off the dock!
Lost Bay Resort is just one-third of a mile off the highway and offers housekeeping accommodations. All the cabins face the lake and are a short walk to the dock.
Lost Bay Resort features our Executive Timber Frame rental, nestled in a very private area of the camp and situated right on the water, surrounded by Canadian pines and firs. The view is unrivaled; whether enjoying it while lounging on the extra large deck or inside through two big patio doors or in the eagle's nest.
There are six separate beds, five queens, and one single providing a sleeping capacity from six to eleven - if there are couples or children in the group. The Executive Timber Frame has two full baths a dishwasher microwave, coffee maker, dishes and cooking utensils. The bedrooms have ample shelves and all bed linens are provided.
Unsurpassed in Northwestern Ontario, this very stylish lodging has all the amenities of a modern home, plus an alluring knotty pine interior and handsome timber frame post and beam construction.
Fishing &amp; Hunting
Fishing at Cliff Lake Resorts:
Our fishery offers a great variety - Walleye, Lake Trout, Musky, Smallmouth bass, Northern, and Whitefish are all present in Cliff Lake waters. The old saying Musky is the fish of 10,000 casts is easily disputed when fishing on Cliff Lake in Northwest Ontario. Due to light fishing pressure, these muskies are not conditioned; follow more often, which leads to more strikes! With a long standing reputation as one of Northwest Ontario's top trophy walleye lakes Cliff's brand is big walleyes; additionally, with current regulations and practiced conservation efforts in mind more and more of our guests are enjoying a healthy walleye fishery. Lake trout are plentiful in the main bodies of Cliff Lake, varying in depth throughout the season. Lake trout are a double bonus fish, delicious to eat and unrivaled in the fight. Regardless of conditions, smallmouth will be active and ready to bend your pole. Because of Cliff's clarity, most times you can sight fish on rock bars and fallen trees throughout the entire open water season. For nonstop action, and to keep the kids happy, cast the shallow bays, especially in the attached lakes for smaller but hard fighting pike.
Hunting at Cliff Lake Resorts:
Bear, Moose, and Grouse Hunting are available at Cliff Lake Resorts. See the web page dedicated to hunting for the specifics of our hunts. An extra bonus is the great late season fishing if time permits.
We are closed from mid-October to May.Traditional Cabin
Weekly boat &amp; cabin rate, per adult: $655
Weekly cabin rate, no boat, per adult: $595
Executive Timber Frame
Weekly boat &amp; cabin rate, per adult: $745
Weekly cabin rate, no boat, per adult: $680
Minimum occupancy: Based on 5 adults to a home with 2 boats; $3715. Without boat: $3400
Week or longer stays only.
*Rates are subject to change with USD to CAD fluctuations.Family Vacations
Bring the family! Besides the great fishing Thereâ??s lots for you and the kids to do. Best of all Cliff Lake Resorts has special rates for Kids: Under 6 is free and 6 to 16 are half price!
Other activities in the area:
Sightseeing: Searching out and watching all the wild life in the area usually tops the list. Up the road, Red lake and Madsen are both historic gold mining areas â?? Red Lake is also known for its seaplane base.
Hiking: Several trails lead out from Lost Bay Resort and wind their way up to the top of the rocky hills and cliffs surrounding the lake - take a compass along.
Golfing: Just up the road is the Ear Falls Golf &amp; Country Club, it is a 9 hole golf course carved from the northern boreal forest of spruce and pine. The Red Lake Area Golf &amp; Country Club is the most northerly 18-hole golf course in Ontario.
ATV or Jeep Trails and roads: The autumn of the year is a great time for using the trails that abound in and around the camps. The remoteness of the Outpost Camp is especially advantageous for ATVâ??s.
Canoeing and Kayaking: Silently gliding through the bays along the shoreline area will reveal the abundance of wildlife at Cliff Lake. Looking down expect to see fish, turtles, beavers, muskrats. On the surface of the lake, abundant loons, some with a chick or two, ducks and gulls of many varieties.Get the full listing »