Summer Fun, Winter Magic in Algoma Country, Ontario, Canada
Surrounded by two of the mightiest freshwater lakes in the world, dotted with many smaller inland lakes, and laced with rivers too numerous to list, Algoma Country offers outstanding adventures on the water. Picnic where you like on a summer’s day, fish some of the most promising waters anywhere or simply float under billowing canvas. The fact is, there are more places to go in a boat in Algoma Country than anyone has ever been. It would be difficult for even a fisherman to exaggerate the angling opportunities in Northern Ontario’s thousands of lakes and rivers. Whether you’re an amateur or a professional – whether you prefer trolling deep for the elusive lake trout, fly fishing for the brook or speckled trout in cold streams, ducking for bass near rocky shelves, channels and shoals, hitting perch on a quiet sunbathed lake, casting for the mighty musky or its prolific and voracious cousin the northern pike – you can find it all in our accessible wilderness.
The hunter’s time in Ontario begins as the leaves turn and end as the first snows blanket the ground. Hunt small game, wild fowl, and big game. Small game and waterfowl open season is usually mid-September through mid-December. Big game hunts for moose, black bear and deer occur during the same time.
The fun gets even better in the winter! Whether you’re going cross-country or downhill skiing, ice fishing on a peaceful lake, a snowmobile excursion, a good community winter carnival or just a cozy winter get-away with dancing and dining Algoma Country in our part of Northern Ontario has it. So, come to join us and celebrate winter.