A True Wilderness Getaway
Wabakimi Canoe Outfitters is a paradise for canoers and a chance to fish for walleye, trout, and pike
Troy Lindner, co-host of The Ontario Experience TV and AnglingBuzz TV, recently took a trip to Thunder Bay and stayed at the Eco-Lodge Bed & Breakfast in Armstrong. Here’s an excerpt from his account of the trip:
We started out our adventure by driving to their Eco-Lodge Bed and Breakfast, located in Armstrong. It is just three hours north of Thunder Bay. What a great place to rest up before our trip. This eight-bedroom lodge has an awesome lake view, a hot tub for relaxing, and a big open main area for meals and meeting other guests. Brenda and Bert Zwicker run the place and will make you feel right at home with their hospitality, help and home-cooked meals. This is way better than staying in a little motel! Wabakimi Outfitters offer many outpost options peppered throughout the park for getting back to nature. Because there are no roads, the only way to get in and out are by float plane, train or canoe. Very remote! If that concerns you, don’t worry, they have you covered. You always have two-way radio communication with the base.