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Activities

Recreational Activities

  • Bird Watching
  • Canoeing
  • Hiking
  • Kayaking
  • Play Area
  • Rock Hounding
  • Rock Jumping
  • Snorkeling
  • Sailing
  • Scuba Diving
  • Swimming
  • Tubing
  • Wake Boarding
  • Water Skiing
  • Water Sports
  • Wind Surfing
  • Wildlife and Wilderness Photography

Camp’s Bay is the best access to Big Gull Lake to link up to the Canoe Routes that will take you through 100 km including nine lakes and unbelievable scenery.

To view wilderness camping sites: North Frontenac Park Lands Camping

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Fishing

What could be better than taking a boat or canoe out on Big Gull Lake and spending a crisp morning catching walleye, small and large mouth black bass, northern pike, muskellunge, perch, whitefish or a variety of pan fish that inhabit the multitude of rocky shoals and bays? No matter where you fish in this lake, with some patience, you are sure of coming home with a catch.

Big Gull Lake has an excellent reputation for it’s fishing. The walleye and bass thrive in the natural spring fed lake, due to it’s irregular bottom, many bays and islands. Big Gull Lake in Southeastern Ontario is surrounded by many readily accessible lakes for the adventurous fisherman.

For your convenience, you may obtain a fishing license at Camp’s Bay.

Fishing Regulation Information (Big Gull Lake – Zone 18) – www.mnr.gov.on.ca

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Walleye: January 01 – March 01 and the 2nd Saturday in May – December 31
Northern Pike: January 01 – March 31 and the 2nd Saturday in May – December 31
Bass:
(Large and Small Mouth)
3rd Saturday in June – December 31
Whitefish: No season limitations
Muskellunge:
(36″ minimum slotsize)
1st Saturday in June – December 15
Pan Fish: Year round (limitations)

Camp’s Bay also offers the following Facilities and Services for guests who are fishing and boating enthusiasts:

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