Did you know Lake Nagagami is at the north end of the fabulous Algoma region, a large district in north-central Ontario? It’s an area so picturesque, the Group of Seven made regular trips up here. They went so far as to rent a boxcar from the Algoma Central Railway for their excursions. All to capture the natural beauty of this region on canvas.
The Canadian Shield: 22,000 square miles of boreal forest interspersed with thousands of lakes. This is the backdrop that enticed these extremely talented artists to return time and time again. Ultimately to produce a portfolio of artwork unrivaled in Canadian art.
Now whether you come to hike, bike, cross-country ski, paddle, fish, hunt, or any other outdoor activity you love, this is the place to do it. It’s a pristine wilderness that’s accessible by plane, train or automobile.
This spectacular scenery will blow you away. It’s just one of the reasons why we Go Fish in Ontario.