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On top of the wood cabins set amongst pines, this resort offers tenting sites and a trailer park. A sandy beach is a playbox for children while fishers throw their lines in for walleye, smallmouth bass, northern pike, lake trout, and muskie.
Patricia Fly-in Outpost Camps operates five camps spread across the wilds near Sioux Lookout. Fishers and hunters travel by boat or plane to the camps where a boat and gas waits alongside a wood cabin.
Pine cabins with cedar vaulted ceilings greet guests at Anderson's Lodge. This resort surrounded by pines and on Lac Seul releases trophy fish back into the lake so the population of large fighting fish continues to rise from year to year.
Abram Lake Park offers eight winterized cabins, as well as facilities for camping in both tents and trailers. The property also features a playground, fish cleaning house, boat launch, lounge with a library and a convenience store. Hunting and fishing are also available.
Located off Highway 72 via Moosehorn Lodge Road, this property features a main lodge, which offers a dining room, as well as high-speed Internet access and an Internet work station. Guests can also purchase a fishing license and tackle at the lodge. There are eight cabins, each with two or three bedrooms, kitchens, bathrooms and more.
Fish the famous Lac Seul for walleye, northern, musky and smallmouth. Housekeeping cottages and RV sites along shore of Big Vermilion.