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Planning your next fishing, hunting or family adventure to Lost Lake Wilderness Lodge? We’d love to hear from you! We’re happy to answer any questions and help you plan your next trip! There is so much to see and do at our resort, and we love to offer our guests some trip planning tips. Contact us today to get started on your next trip to Lost Lake Wilderness Lodge.

Phone: 1-888-279-9977

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Email: lostlakelodge@xplornet.ca

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Approximate Drive Times

We’re located on Highway 560 West, 360 miles (600 kilometers) north of Toronto . From Toronto’s highway #401, take Highway 400 north past Barrie to Highway 11 to North Bay. At North Bay come north on Highway 11 until you reach New Liskeard (now known as Temiskaming Shores on the highway signs.) Turn west on Highway 65 until you reach Elk Lake. From there turn west again on Highway 560 and proceed 18 miles (30 kilometers) to our laneway on the right hand side. Check in at the office.

United States

Syracuse: 9 hours

Buffalo: 8 hours

Harrisburg: 14 hours

Pittsburg: 13 hours

Erie: 10 hours

Cleveland: 12 hours

Detroit: 11 hours

Novi: 12 hours

Port Huron: 11 hours

Sault Ste. Marie: 6 hours

Canada

Ottawa: 7 hours

1000 Island Bridge: 7 hours

Toronto: 6.5 hours

Niagara Falls: 7.5 hours

Thunder Bay: 14 hours

London: 9 hours

Airports

Earlton

closest for pick up to Lost Lake

North Bay

2.5 rent car, drive up

Timmins

3 rent car, drive down

Location

Set within the Boreal forest between the towns of Elk Lake and Gowganda in North Eastern Ontario is Lost Lake Wilderness Lodge. We’re about a 6 1/2 hour drive north of Toronto, Ontario. North Eastern United States guests can travel up through highway #81 to avoid the Toronto traffic or through Buffalo, NY and see Niagara Falls on the way.

North Central area residents usually choose the Buffalo, NY corridor for it’s easy access to major highways north. South Central States can choose any of the above routes depending on where they live. Michigan area residents can choose Detroit, Port Huron or Sault Ste Marie as their access points to the north. New York guests can come through the Thousand Island Bridge area or Ottawa crossing.

Some more distant friends come by air and often land in Toronto or North Bay where they rent a car to come up. Still others flying their own plane land at Earlton, Ontario and are picked up by our shuttle service

Mailing Address

P.O. Box 68

Elk Lake, Ontario

Canada.  POJ 1GO

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