These resort are excellent bases to explore the surrounding lake and hiking opportunities from!
Camp La Plage
Camp La Plage, open since 1934, has a long history of creating wonderful memories for fishers, hungers and families. The site is protected in a sheltered northwest bay of Lake Nipissing.
Fish for bass, northern pike, walleye and muskie in the west arm of Lake Nipissing. All of our private cottages look over the lake for world-class views. Take advantage of our guiding services for your next fishing trip or duck hunt.
Built on the northwest bay of the lake, our camp boasts full equipped housekeeping cottages with two or three bedrooms. Feel like camping? We have over 50 large, shady sites. Try your hand at fishing for walleye, bass, musky, pike and more. With sandy beaches, boat rentals and dockage, you’ll be glad you stayed with us!
Rainville Cedar Cottages
For vacations anytime, Rainville Cedar Cottages offers fishing, hunting or snowmobiling vacations. Relax and reconnect with nature in comfort, with modern three or four bedroom housekeeping cottages on-site; just bring towels! Plenty of walleye, northern pike, bass and more make up our superior fishing experience. Kids can even fish off the dock for panfish! With swings, sand pit, a beach and more, Rainville provides a vacation for the whole family.
Lake Nipissing has given many years of fun and challenges to all. With extensive weed beds, shoals and drop offs, over forty species of fish call the lake home. Fishing with us at Shuswap Camp ensures that beginner and expert anglers alike will enjoy fishing for panfish to musky. With walleye, blue pickerel, sauger, garpike, bass and more in the water, you’ll be sure to have a great time!
West Bay Cottages
We take the stress out of family vacations; with a safe environment for the kids, comfortable, fully equipped housekeeping cottages, you can fish, hunt and relax in comfort. With plenty of activities, including of horseshoes, paddle boating and canoeing, everyone will have a great time. With ice-fishing and snowmobiling in the winter, there’s never a bad time to come!