Minutes away from the best sport fishing the country has to offer during the summer, and minutes away from snowmobiling, snowshoeing, and ice-fishing in the winter, unwind from your hectic life to enjoy the pristine wilderness and seclusion of Lynn Lake.
Let your senses behold lakes speckling the landscape; eskers crafted by the powers of retreating glaciers, and become mesmerised by the Northern Lights. Breathe the purity of the northern boreal forest after a summer rain. Taste the delicacy of fresh pan-fried walleye. Listen to the enchanting call of loons during a sunset. The landscape is the very essence of the Northern Canadian wilderness that includes a collage of wild rivers, pristine lakes and abundant wildlife.
View rare birds and other exciting wildlife in unspoiled nature. Enjoy countless lakes or enjoy miles of rivers where, around any bend, you may encounter moose eating plants. Every spring, hundreds of native plants, shrubs and grasses explode back to life giving nature lovers something to treasure each and every year.
The Lynn Lake area boasts some of Canada’s best northern pike (jackfish), walleye (pickerel) and trout (lake trout, rainbow trout, brown trout, and speckled trout) fishing. Each summer a Great Northern Pike Fishing Derby is held.
As a regional center, Lynn Lake offers a range of services, from fine dining and accommodations, to groceries, fuel and retail stores. Boat rentals are available, as are guides to show you were the big fish are hiding. A garage and other services are available to ensure that a problem free experience is enjoyed by all.
The rivers in the region range from tranquil to white water. The Churchill River, the Hughes River, the Keewatin River, the Laurie River and the Lynn River are road accessible. Toward the north, the south and North Seal Rivers, the Kazan River, the Cochrane River, and the Caribou River are accessible by air from Lynn Lake. These waterways offer unparalleled experiences for anglers, viewing wildlife, canoeists and kayakers.
Provincial Parks Berge Lake and Zed Lake, are located within 20 kilometers of Lynn Lake. Each park has a beautiful sand beach, boat launches, and maintained campsites with fire pits. With 18 hours of sunlight during the summer months, you will find that you do not have enough time to see and do all there is to do here. Enjoy days in pure nature and sleep soundly under a blanket of stars. For more information on campground conditions, contact the local office of Manitoba Department of Conservation at 204-356-2413.
Plentiful winter activities await: ice fishing, snowmobiling, ice-skating, cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, tobogganing, or curling and hockey at the local arena. Enjoy the annual Winter Carnival every February with its hockey tournament and dog-sled race. Cozy up with some wine in front of a fire or go for a polar bear dip.
Rugged wilderness in an untouched setting is home to abundant moose, black bear, wolf and caribou. Geese, ducks, partridge and other small game are prolific. Our remote and natural surroundings attract hunters from around the world to Lynn Lake and area. Book your hunting trip early with any of our world class outfitters to avoid disappointment.
Lakes and rivers surrounded by the rugged northern boreal forest offer memories that young and old will treasure for a lifetime. Raw wilderness in an untouched setting offers solitude with an opportunity to become one with nature.