Up Lodge, Cabins, Grounds, Scenery, Wildlife, and Staff

Grounds

Grounds

Williams Lake Lodge was cut from the Canadian wilderness with all cabins having a lake view in a wooded area. We have both rustic log cabins as well as frame cabins that accommodate 1 - 7 people, all equipped for the housekeeping plan. All cabins have a 3 piece bathroom with flush toilet, shower, and sink. A wood heater with plenty of wood, gas cooking range, refridgerator, outdoor gas grill and fish cooker, cooking utensils, and all bedding are included. Electric power for the camp is supplied by our solar system with generator backup. This state of the art system supplies quiet power 24 hours a day. Pickup your ice and freeze your take home fish in our centrally located freezer house.

 
Lodge

Lodge

Our lodge is open for your use until 9pm each day. We have telephone, television, wireless internet (we do have a computer for your use), board games, books and movies to borrow, and a comfortable place to tell your fish stories. Make your fishng game plan over our large lake maps, always on the table in our meeting room. Enjoy the new screened-in porch. We have some basic tackle items available for sale.

 
Suite 2

Suite 2

One room attached to the lodge with kitchen and bathroom with shower. Two single beds. Minimum: one person

 
Suite 3

Suite 3

One room attached to the lodge with kitchen and bathroom with shower. Two single beds and a sleeper love seat. Three beds, minimum two people.

 
Loft

Loft

Kitchen, dining & living areas, two downstairs bedrooms with two single beds in each, sleeping loft upstairs with three single beds, bathroom with shower, screened porch. Seven beds, minimum five people.

 
Palace

Palace

Kitchen, dining & living area, one bedroom with two single beds, bathroom with shower. Two beds, minimum one person.

 
Cabin on the Rock

Cabin on the Rock

Kitchen, dining & living areas, two bedrooms with two single beds in each, bathroom with shower, screened-in porch. Minimum, four people.

 
Log

Log

Kitchen, bedroom with one set of bunks & a single bed, bathroom with shower, screened-in porch. Minimum, two people.

 
Old Trappers

Old Trappers

Kitchen, dining & living areas (with one single bed), two bedrooms with a set of bunks and a single bed in one & two single beds in the other, bathroom with shower, screened-in porch. Six beds, minimum four people.

 
New Trappers

New Trappers

Kitchen, dining and living areas, two bedrooms, one with a set of bunks and two singles, & one with three singles (7 beds). Bathroom with shower, screen-in porch. Minimum, six people.

 
Outpost

Outpost

Kitchen with cold running water, propane stove and refridgerator, dining and living area, one bedroom with four sets of bunks (8 beds), screened porch, outhouse, 110v generator. Quiet and peaceful setting with access to these amenities at the main camp (6 minutes by boat): ice, shower, phone, wireless internet, bait & freezer service. Minimum, four people.

 
Docks, Fish House

Docks, Fish House

Williams Lake Lodge has two sets of docks so that you will be close to your boat no matter what cabin you stay in. Our north docks serve the Old Trapper and New Trapper cabins. The south docks take care of all other cabins. We use floating docks for ease of use no matter what the water level. Also at the south docks is the fish cleaning house, live bait, cooler ice, boat gas, and a nice deck with table and chairs.

 
Solar Power System

Solar Power System

Electric power for the camp is supplied by our solar system with generator backup. Installed in 2015, this state of the art system supplies quiet power 24 hours a day.

 
Landing, Creek, Road

Landing, Creek, Road

From Dryden a mostly gravel road takes you to our landing. It is a 36 mile trip and takes about 1 hour and 15 minutes. Park your vehicle at our landing and enjoy the scenic 10 minute boat trip up Williams Creek to Williams Lake Lodge. To get to Lac Seul, return down the creek. From camp, a 20 minute trip gets you to the Williams Bay area of Lac Seul and a 30 minute trip will find you at Kleiner Point on Indian Island.

 
Shore Lunch

Shore Lunch

The best way to enjoy your catch. There's nothing like it. We have all pans, utensils, propane cookers, grates,etc. that you will need to prepare your shore lunch. Just bring all of your own food items.

 
Staff

Staff

 
Hunter And His Family

Hunter And His Family

Best friend.

 
Scenery

Scenery

God's Country.

 
Wildlife

Wildlife

The peaceful surroundings of Williams Lake Lodge are a dream for any nature lover, with numerous photographic opportunities. Williams Creek lazily winds along for about three miles through the historic Canadian Shield, joining Williams Lake and Lac Seul. The journey takes you along some of the best wildlife habitat in Ontario. Moose, deer, black bear, wolf, fox, lynx, beaver, muskrat, otter, many species of waterfowl, and families of golden and bald eagles are regularly seen.

 
Eagle Cam

Eagle Cam

Eagle cam photos provided by the Dredla group.

 

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