Below please find our current trip pricing in both American dollars and Canadian dollars. We’ve also included our travel options for getting here, including a chart of current flight prices with Hawk Air.
Pricing * prices based on Canadian currency exchange at time of publishing and are subject to change and are not guaranteed until trip is booked and deposit is received. We accept Cash, Check, Credit Card (Visa and M/C).
how You’ll Travel to Kwagama Lake Lodge
Option 1 – Fly-in on Float Plane by hawk Air
Hawk Air’s early morning departures give you the rest of the day to settle in and fish!
- Hawk Air Service – Hawk Junction, Ontario.
- Approximately 3 hrs north of Sault Ste Marie
- 25 minute flight into lodge
- 100lb baggage limit per person (will be weighed)
- Prices based on the size of aircraft needed for the size of your group
- During weekends, departures could run into the afternoon.
- Excess baggage (Beer, Pop, and Spirits) can be prearranged with the lodge for a minimal fee. Glass beer or pop bottles are prohibited.
1 - 2 People
2 - 4 People
5 - 8 People
Option 2 – Off-Road Private Access
Due to the Canadian National (CN) Railway no longer running a passenger train, we have resorted to other means of transportation to suit everyone’s needs. We will pick you up in Frater (approx. 2 hours north of Sault Ste Marie) and bring you in through private access roads. The trip usually takes about 4 hours. From Frater, we start with 4WD trucks for about 40 miles through mountainous terrain. Then we unpack and load ATVs with trailers for another mountainous leg of the trip, which brings us to the NW edge of Kwagama Lake. Finally you and your gear will board a pontoon boat and get a nice tour of Kwagama Lake as we travel to the lodge on the SE side of the lake.
Pick up time in Frater is approx. 1:00pm EST on the day your trip starts. Drop-offs will be between 12:00 and 1:00pm on your last day of the trip. Please be courteous with the total weight of your baggage and pack fragile items accordingly. The terrain in our area is rough, unforgiving, and there is always a possibility of rain. Glass beer and pop bottles are prohibited.
Remember the difference between an adventure and an ordeal is your attitude!!!!