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  • Approximate Cost:
    6 - 7 Days: $500 to $750 Per Person
    4 - 5 Days: $250 to $500 Per Person
  • Access: Drive In Camp

Cobblestone Lodge is an easy hour-long drive from Dryden and three hours west of Thunder Bay. Nestled along the shores of one of Raleigh Lake's quiet bays is the Cobblestone Lodge. Guests of the lodge have access to seven lakes that offer excellent fishing. The Lodge offers seven cabins in one and two bedroom sizes. Some cabins offer bunk beds for larger groups, and some offer double beds for families. The lodge holds up to 22 guests per week. Each cabin offers a full range of features including all of your bedding and a full kitchen with appliances. The private bathrooms offer tub/shower units, flush toilet and sink. Expect comfortable, warm cabins with views of the lake.

Fishing with Cobblestone Lodge

Guests typically have access to seven remote lakes. Each lake has two boats that are moored there for guest use. Guests drive a short distance from the lodge to each lake, and each lake offers something different. The lodge provides gas for the boats, and maps of the lakes so that you can find the best fishing spots.

The lodge sits on the shores of Raleigh Lake, which is known for its amazing Lake Trout fishing. Sally Lake is a short 20-minute drive from the lodge. There you will find a small lake that is roughly 4 miles long and half a mile wide. This is a perfect lake for Northern Pike fishing, and some weigh 20 pounds or more. Arethusa Lake is a 45-minute drive and offers a variety of fishing, especially on windy days. Revell Lake is a short 15-minute drive and is a haven for Walleye and Northern Pike. Kukukus Lake is a 45-minute drive and is known for its big Trout, Nothern Pike, and Walleye. Hawk Lake is a 25-minute drive and makes an excellent spot of Walleye. The seventh Lake is Indian Lake, and it is a 35-minute drive and is an excellent place for Walleye and Northern Pike.

As you can see, the fishing here at Cobblestone Lodge is perfect. Add in the great wildlife viewing opportunities, the beautiful countryside and the comfortable cabins and you are home.

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