Tomiko Lake is a good sized lake of 4500 acres with an average depth of 26 feet where fishing is great for Pickerel/Walleye, Bass and Perch. Our rental fleet can accommodate various sizes of groups or you can bring your own boat to explore the beauty of this peaceful lake and it’s two adjoining lakes. The north shore of Tomiko Lake is almost unoccupied crown land ensuring minimal boat traffic.
Our natural sandy beach provides a safe place to swim and is ideal for creative activities like building sand castles. Collecting wood for the camp fire is another favorite past time for many families that prefer to explore the bush to buying their fire wood at our camp store.
The area is particularly beautiful in the fall and the surrounding bush is criss-crossed with many old logging roads that provide access to some fine grouse hunting and a myriad of trails that invite you to discover the wilderness by ATV, mountain bike or on foot. Wildlife and bird viewing is possible from existing tree stands.
Other activities like golfing, shopping or a visit to the sports complex or museum are all available in the West Nipissing area.
In the winter time ice fishing and snowmobiling are the main activities. Our ice huts are out as soon as the ice is thick enough, usually around New Years. Depending on the amount of snow the snowmobile trails are groomed and open usually by mid January but that all depends on mother nature.
For those who prefer to be less dependent on snow amounts and ice thickness hundreds of square kilometers of wilderness invite them to snowshoe to their heart’s delight.
As an avid fisherman, I seek out places like Okimot lodge. The fishing, scenery and camaraderie are top notch. Tom and Marijke are fabulous hosts and wonderful people! The food is excellent, accommodations are clean, boat launch is handy. Not far from Sturgeon falls if...More