Sleep & Breakfast in Nature’s Therapy
With an incredible lakeside Adirondack accommodation, your adventure begins at Voyageur Island, Nym Lake – Quetico Park. The open concept rustic charm of Peter Pond Adirondack is simply unpretentious – back to basics. If you’re just wanting basic comfort, the Adirondack is perfect for you. With an open loft, raised sleeping platform and screened wall facing the waterfront, it’s perfect for groups or large families. You’ll drift off to sleep with the rhythm of water.
You’ll love swimming, fishing, canoeing, & discovery of nature’s wonders, sights and sounds. A few additional Voyageur Island experiences: tag on a wilderness canoe trip, unwind in the outdoor wood-fired & lake-front sauna, share a memorable Voyageur Big canoe experience, Teepee campfire experience, enjoy walking paths, explore canoe paddle or bask in the dark sky stars experience.
Arrival and Departure
Arrive at Nym Lake access point for your early afternoon water shuttle to Voyageur Island and orientation tour of lodge and Voyageur Island.
Add-on options: one of Voyageur Island Experiences such as a Lake-front Sauna. Or enjoy a delicious dinner in the dining room then settle into nature’s rhythm.
Sleep in comfort in your cozy lodge room or cabin.
Awake early to see a breathtaking sunrise before enjoying a leisurely breakfast. Pack up your belongings and take the relaxing water shuttle to the Nym Lake access parking lot.
Inclusions and Options
- 1 night accommodation at Voyageur Island Adirondack
- Meals (1 hearty breakfast) OPTION: 1 locally sourced Dinner $30.00 CAD/per person
- Experiences: enjoy Voyageur Island and walking paths, Voyageur Island Lodge and it’s Library, map room, Indigenous & Voyageur ambiance and decor, swimming from the dock area, star gazing and being immerse in nature.
- Return water shuttle between Voyageur Island and Nym Lake/Batchewaung Park Access
- Dinner, Voyageur Dinner or Fur-Trader’s Feast
- Additional nights and meals at lodge
- Experiences: lakefront sauna, Voyageur’s “Montrealais” large birchbark canoe replica, farewell campfire and teepee, meet the Expert, Voyageur History & Storytelling. Ask us about more!
- Outfitting or Complete Packages for Quetico backcountry canoe trip (1-multi-day trips)
- Recommended canoe route with points of interest outlined on a Quetico map
- Quetico Park campsite or day-use permits
- Satellite phone or Spot Tracking
This package requires a minimum booking of 1 adult . All prices are per person and in Canadian dollars. Taxes are extra.
Note: US pricing is available and will be based on exchange rate at time of purchase. Please contact us for information and pricing on options.
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Frequently Asked Questions
How do I get/reserve a Quetico Park permit?
As Voyageur Wilderness is an official issuer of Quetico Park permits, we can reserve and issue park permits on your behalf at Voyageur Island Lodge at no additional cost.
How do I get to the trip?
All adventures are based out of Voyageur Island Lodge on Nym Lake, near Atikokan, Ontario, Canada. A boat transfer is provided from the Nym Lake Access Parking Lot.
By Car: We are easily accessible by automobile. From Thunder Bay, it is a 2-hour drive west on the Trans-Canada Highway then a short drive down a gravel road to the Nym Lake Access Parking Lot where you will leave your vehicle. You will be shuttled to Voyageur Island Lodge on a pontoon boat.
By Plane: The nearest gateway city is Thunder Bay, which is serviced by Air Canada; United Airlines; Porter Airlines and West Jet Airlines. Voyageur Wilderness is happy to help you arrange for an airport pick up and shuttle. Please contact us for details.
Can you provide more details about Voyageur Island Lodge?
Voyageur Island Lodge, full of rustic charm, is truly a special place where you’ll be immersed in the timeless wonder of the Canadian wilds. It’s located on an easily accessible 2-hectare island on Nym Lake, just 500-metres from 460,000 hectares of protected wilderness of Quetico Provincial Park. Find out more about the lodge accommodation, meals, amenities and pet friendly rules.
For over 60 years, the Lodge has been a gathering place for people wanting to enrich their knowledge of the natural environment and experience the beauty of Quetico Park.
Owned and operated by the Savoie family, they integrate responsible tourism practices in all components of its operations. This approach is based on their Métis and French-Canadian voyageur heritage and the wisdom of their elders. They were “taught” certain fundamental concepts and shown respect of “Mother Earth”, self, family and community.
They are devoted to keeping ecological integrity at the lodge and in all aspects of visitors’ travel through Quetico Provincial Park. They truly believe that humans are not the masters of nature, but rather a small strand that is part of the large web of life. They lead by example, cultivate hope and inspire others to appreciate the connection to each other and the Earth.
Is Internet and cell phone service available?
Cell phone service is available at the lodge, however, due to its remote location, internet service is not available.
Can I bring my dog?
Yes, all adventures are dog friendly.
What is the weather like in Quetico?
It’s always important to consider weather conditions when trip planning. For example May and September tend to be cooler than June, July and August. Please check the Welcome to Quetico Provincial Park (ontarioparks.com) or for daily weather forecasts and more info on weather conditions visit www.weatheroffice.gc.ca . Feel free to contact us for our insight into weather and park travel conditions.