Hunting in Bluewater country is easily accessible and sustainable since wild game is so plentiful in Ontario's crown land and wildlife management areas. Local outfitters and resort operators are experts at getting you to where the action is!
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Hullett Provincial Wildlife Area is located east of Clinton between Hydro Line Road and Summerhill Road. This 2,200-hectare, diverse wetland provides superb opportunities for wildlife viewing, fishing, hunting, hiking, horseback riding and canoeing. Facilities include viewing platforms and trails that can be hiked along raised dikes. Water access is not permitted from May 15 to August 1 to minimize disturbance to nesting waterfowl.
We are a short drive away, only 4 hours North of Toronto or 3.5 hours East of Sault Ste. Marie. A 30 to 40-minute flight in the reliable bush plane, a DeHavilland Beaver will land you at one of 14 different lakes. Enjoy nature at its finest, the best of fly-in sport fishing, hunting, relaxation and tranquility surrounded by pristine wilderness. Stay in your own private cabin fully equipped with bunk beds and kitchen; outhouse facilities and sauna bath houses are in each camp. We pride ourselves on providing comfort, warmth and cleanliness as well as well maintained boats,
On the Bay is a family run Bed and Breakfast where you will experience the warmest hospitality and wonderful home cooked breakfasts. We look forward to your many visits.We warmly welcome you to relax and enjoy the view of the peaceful sandy shores of Providence Bay. We are situated on the longest sand beach on Manitoulin Island. Relax and enjoy the panoramic view over Providence Bay beach from our upper sun deck, relax in our comfortable recreation sitting room or just lounge on our lower decks where you can savour the quiet serenity of the beach and enjoy the calm water with its reflections
Kolapore Uplands Wilderness is located on Road 2 between Ravenna and Feversham with over 60 km. of well-marked trails exclusively for cross-country skiing in winter, and hiking, mountain biking or hunting from spring to fall. The area contains over 5,000 acres of hilly forests, high escarpment outcrops and swamps, intersected by several creeks and it is easy to get lost so visitors should carry a trail map. Maps are available at local stores or information centres. Some trails are very steep and should only be attempted by experienced skiers. The wilderness abounds with wildlife and remnants