Weekend Rate *: $1500 (fri / sat / sun) [2 nights]
Whole Week Rate *: $1900 (mon - sun) [6 nights]
Week Day Rate *: $1200 (mon - fri) [4 nights]
Daily Rate *: $300 per day
Security Deposit: $300 (refundable)
Cleaning Fee: $100
Operation of a motorized water vehicle would require you to have a valid boating permit.
The cottage is situated on a beautiful and private piece of waterfront. Enjoy incredible views of the lake and local wildlife. You can hear the loons at night or watch the multitude of stars in a clear night sky.
Relax on the dock, or savor the views from the bright sunroom. Take advantage of the spacious grounds and lush gardens. There's a large deck and BBQ, as well as a spacious kitchen to enjoy your meals.
Anglers always enjoy the good bass fishing and with the bass ranging from around 3-7 pounds, it's a great time! The trout and northern pike fishing is also fantastic, with northern pike weighing in the 15-25 pound range.
The lake is scenically beautiful and a great place to take lots of great photos well your time spent out on the water. Eagles, loons, black bear, otter, beaver, and whitetail deer are some of the creatures living in the area.
Eagle Lake is situated just west of the town of South River, ON, in the highlands of Almaguin County. With lots of greenery and very low light pollution, it offers a true north experience. No one knows exactly how long Eagle Lake has been here, but according to local historian, Marion Morris, Algonquin natives were the first inhabitants of the Mikisew Park area. They had traveled a long established canoe route from Georgian Bay to Lake Nipissing and from Deer Lake up the Distress River to Eagle Lake. Translated from the language of the Algonquins, Mikisew means ‘Golden Eagle’. Eagle Lake is a head lake and is at the beginning of the waterway system and is not fed by nearby rivers or streams.
Varying depths of the lake makes for great fishing year round. Natives species to the lake include brook trout, lake trout, whitefish, brown bullhead, white sucker and the smelt. Specific programs to stock the lake with rainbow trout, walleye, yellow perch, and smallmouth bass have been undertaken over time. Northern Pike were also introduced to the lake a few years ago. The lake is home to at least three sets of loons, snapping turtles, many families of duck, otters, deer, bald eagles, osprey and over 90 other species of birds. Black bears are also frequently spotted in the area. Lake and the surrounding community are home to many species of stunning flora and there are several nature and hiking trails to explore.
Fish Species Northern Pike, Muskie, Smallmouth Bass, Lake Trout, Whitefish
GPS Coordinates 45°47'45.2"N 79°29'52.2"W
Lake Characteristics Average depth is 22' with the deepest part being 110'.
Did You Know... Eagle Lake is the only lake in Northwest Ontario to have produced muskies over 60 pounds.