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Idle Tyme Fishing Camp

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Description

Lake Nipissing is well known as the jewel of the north and the gateway to northern Ontario. Lake Nipissing is a large lake with many islands, weed beds and shoals as well as deep spots, and is well known as a Walleye factory during the spring and fall. It's one of the best fishing lakes in Ontario and holds many large trophies that smaller lakes could not produce such as record size muskie 58" 56" that have been caught & released back into the lake. Muskie, Walleye, Northern Pike, Smallmouth Bass, Largemouth Bass, Jumbo Perch & Whitefish fishing is excellent in our end of the lake. Lake Nipissing and our camp also offer many enjoyable family activities. You can jump in your boat and explore the Lake Nipissing shoreline or drive the boat into town and see the sights and many tourist attractions. Our lakeside cottages are clean and modern with all the amenities of home. We have different size cottages to accommodate groups and families of different sizes. We have a sandy beach, which is great for the kids. The swimming area has a gradual slope, which makes the beach safe for young children. For the children's entertainment we have toys, a swing set and paddle boats with life jackets provided. Our cottages are winterized so we can accommodate Snowmobilers, Ice Fishing-persons and guests who just want a quiet and romantic winter get-a-way. We are located on Lake Nipissing's south shore and just west of Callander, Ontario with easy access from Hwy 11.


Amenities

Lakefront Cottages, Family Fun, Sandy Beach, Entertainment, Paddle Boats, Tours & Cruises, Festival, Golf, Ski Hill

Services

Fishing, Ice Fishing, Muskie Fishing, Walleye Fishing, Water Skiing, Tubing

Contact Information

Address:
Idle Tyme Fishing Camp
160 Waltonian Drive - RR #1
Callander, Ontario
P0H 1H0
Email: fishing@lake-nipissing-fishing.com
Phone:705.752.1069


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