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Staying at Sportsman's Lodge on beautiful Kukagami Lake

Come share our wilderness adventure and experience a memorable moment when you say... life is good.

Sportsman's Lodge Wilderness Resort

Sportsman's Lodge Wilderness Resort is owned and operated by your host George Robbins and is nestled on beautiful Kukagami Lake in Ontario's majestic northland.

A Year Round Wilderness Resort

The Sportsman's Lodge Wilderness Resort is open year-round and sits on 5.23 acres of towering white and red pines, birch, maple, spruce and jack pine with over 1,300 feet of waterfront.

This true northern setting is perfect for both summer and winter outdoor activities or simply a relaxing get-away. It is abundant with wildlife and great for bird watching including downy woodpeckers, grouse, quail and hummingbirds.

Our beautiful rock gardens, tiered deck and patio overlooking the lake allow you sit quietly and relax and the sand beach on Kukagami Lake has a gentle slope for swimming.

We have a number of guest buildings and facilities on the property including quiet sitting areas, a full bar, tennis court, horseshoe pit, and open grass areas for picnics.

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Rooms & Rates

Accommodations

Our accommodations are rustic and charming and our friendly relaxed atmosphere will make you feel at home.
Food

Healthy & Plentiful

Dining

Dining & Meals

Our meals are all homemade and prepared with the finest of ingredients. We'll fuel your passion for an outdoor journey, while you enjoy the ride.

Outdoor Outfitters

We offer rental equipment and outfitting for most activities available at the Lodge and surrounding region.

Kukagami Lake History

Come share our wilderness adventure and experience a memorable moment when you say... life is good.

Kukagami is a beautiful, clear, spring-fed lake located about half way between the City of Sudbury and Lake Temagami.

The first folks to set down roots at Kukagami were the tourist lodges in the late 1930's and 1940's. At that time, everyone came in by float plane or portage.

Serious cottaging began in the 1950s and really took off once the road reached the lake around 1957. Most of the 100 cottage properties on Kukagami are still owned by the original families who built them.

Prior to 1949, the lake was called Koo-ka-gaming, named by the Cree and Ojibwa. Kukagami is a 12-mile lake with depths of over 180 feet.

Kukagami Lake Means Lake of the Owl

Symbolically - the owl is present in many cultures as a messenger of great wisdom. The owl is said to be associated with intuition. The owl's energy is at its peak in the very heart of darkness. The owl can penetrate the darkness of the blackest night with its powerful eyes - seeing and hearing that which others cannot.

A truly unique vacation and outdoor getaway awaits you at Sportsman’s Lodge Wilderness Resort.

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Come share our wilderness adventure and experience a memorable moment when you say...

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