White Pine Lodge, Lake of the Woods, Ontario, Canada

We Are Not Taking Any 2018 Reservations

We are sorry for the inconvenience, but White Pine Lodge is not taking any reservations or bookings for the 2018 season. We will be back next season. We are leaving the website and it's "old" information in place for the moment. We will be updating everything before next season. Again, we're sorry for the inconvenience. We'll be back soon!

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Birding Watching & Wildlife ViewingFamily birding at white pine lodge lake of the woods ontario canada

The province of Ontario is a vast resource for nature. Sioux Narrows, Lake of the woods area is made up of boreal forests, bogs and a boundless variety of habitats and ecosystems.

Throughout Ontario there are 470 species of birds recorded. Many migrant rarities, and resident birds can be found in May during migration. Northern Ontario is famous for its boreal species, and for its migrants and vagrants that don't show up often elsewhere in Ontario.

White Pine Lodge offers many opportunities for bird and wildlife watching. Find a quite spot, bring your binoculars and observe crossbills, whiskey jacks and red headed woodpeckers, to viewing the soaring of the eagle and hearing the haunting calls of the loon. Take some time to visit our pet snapping turtle who resides at our front dock. Mikey, as we have named him, is suspected to be 80 to 100 years old.

There is always a flurry of activity around our neck of the woods, you can expect to see the playful otters, the busy chipmunks and squirrels. We surely can't forget about the deer, bears, moose, owls, many ducks species and our famous trumpeter swans who live in our back bay. We're sure you'll enjoy taking the time to watch our wild friends.

You may choose to book your vacation from mid-July to the first part of August and also enjoy some of our wild blueberries, raspberries and pin cherries picked fresh by you!

So be sure to always have your camera ready, everyday is a new adventure and opportunity to make memories.

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Yes, bears can swim!