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Sunset fishing on Pakwash Lake in Northwestern Ontario, Canada

Welcome to Pakwash Lake Camp in Northwestern Ontario's beautiful Sunset Country


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Pakwash Lake has long been known for its excellent fishing, beautiful scenery and abundant wildlife. It is also a place to relax and enjoy all that the northern wilderness has to offer.

The Pakwash Lake System is situated at the junction of three mighty Northern Ontario rivers, the Chukuni, the Trout and the English. These three rivers drain much of the region and are responsible for the high productivity of these lakes.

Fish for walleye, northern pike, smallmouth bass, muskellunge, lake whitefish and yellow perch. Fish and explore over 31,000 acres of water and 100 miles of shoreline on four different lakes.

Our resort provides light housekeeping cottages and RV facilities amidst the spruce forest on the eastern shore of beautiful Pakwash Lake. Our housekeeping cottages are fully equipped for your convenience and include full bathrooms and kitchens, and comfortable bedrooms compete with linens. Other camp features include RV sites with water and electrical hookups, docking and boat launch facilities, fish cleaning facilities and a camp store for your convenience.

Please take the time to browse our website. We look forward to hearing from you and would like the opportunity to provide you with the best Northwestern Ontario fishing vacation possible.

At Pakwash its all about fishing!  Walleye, Northern Pike, Smallmouth Bass

Enjoy Fishing and Hunting at Pakwash Lake Camp

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Pakwash Lake Camp
Box 128, Ear Falls, Ontario Canada P0V 1T0 Ph: 807-222-3353 Toll Free: 1-888-PAKWASH (725-9274) Email
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