Nestled in the wilderness of Northwest Ontario, you will find Long Legged Lake. Long Legged Lake is 17,000 acre body of water expanding over a 27 mile distance. It is comprised of 7 smaller lakes: West, North, Lift, Middle, Stork, Pantry and South. Our lake is a natural flowage to the Long Legged River, and in turn flows into the English river system. The total Long Legged chain of lakes are navigable from North to South lake.
It is here we have our resort on North Lake. We offer the sportsman and fishing enthusiast a vacation of a lifetime, with many creature comforts unexpected in such a remote setting. On Long Legged you will find many islands, bays, and reefs that compliment a fishery of world class walleye, lake trout, northern pike, and musky "Hybrid Tiger, Spotted, Barred, and Clear Strain". Long Legged Lake still holds the Ontario record for the hybrid (tiger) musky.
Long Legged Lake has a long history dating back to the 1800's. A trading post servicing Hudson Bay was built and eventually offered to the public as a remote fly-in outpost in the 1940's. Though many improvements were made, it remained a fly-in until 1973 when the logging industry opened a road to the lake making this remote area accessible by vehicle.
Our resort is located on Long Legged Lake chain. We are just 245 miles north of International Falls, MN, approximately 40 miles west of Ear Falls and Red Lake, Ontario, Canada. You can drive to Long Legged Lake on Hwy 105 north from Vermillion Bay, Ontario and take #804 west from Ear Falls, Ontario. Our resort is not road accessible, therefore we provide transportation by boat from our parking facility to the lodges at no extra charge. Or for those who choose to fly-in, we can assist you in arranging floatplane service from Fort Frances, Ontario; Winnipeg, Manitoba; Kenora, Ontario or Baudette, Minnesota, USA. - with connections from just about anywhere in the US.