Onaway Lodge is situated on the west end of Scout Bay on the renowned Lac Seul, placing us only minutes away to incredible walleye and northern pike fishing. Over 120 miles long and composed of many bays, peninsulas, streams, inlets and hundreds of islands, Lac Seul offers simply the best fishing in the area. With never a portage, you can fish and explore new waters everyday.
Onaway Lodge’s accommodations are second to none. With 8 beautiful cabins ranging in size from 2 bedrooms to 6, we have a cabin to suit every group size. Our cabins are impeccably designed, maintained and cleaned, with gorgeous lake and sunrise views. All cabins offer either a large lakefront deck or screened in porch to make your stay with us extra comfortable.
Our cabins are spread out over several acres so you can enjoy the solitude and beauty of the surrounding wilderness. At the waterfront of the property you will find our marina and fish house. We offer boats, gas, ice, minnows as well as a fish cleaning house with freezers.
Our large docking system consists of nearly 700' of steel framed floating docks which has room for all boats and includes a grated non-slip composite surface. Electricity is available here as well for charging trolling motor batteries.
Lac Seul is internationally known for its incredible trophy walleye and northern pike fishing, which offers a challenge to beginner and expert fishermen alike.
Northwestern Ontario is less than a day’s drive from many US Midwest cities. All main highways and roads in Ontario are paved.
We are located in the northwest corner of Ontario, Canada between Vermilion Bay and Ear Falls in the northwest portion of Lac Seul. We are approximately 3 hours north of International Falls, Minnesota. After crossing the border at International Falls,MN into Fort Frances, Ontario proceed east on Highway 11 to junction of Hwy 502. Turn north on Hwy 502 to Dryden. Join Hwy 17 west to Vermillion Bay turn north on Hwy 105. Drive north 50 miles then turn right at our sign and drive one mile into camp. If you are coming from Thunder Bay travel east on Hwy 17 to Vermillion Bay then turn north on Hwy 105. If you coming from the west travel east on Hwy 17 to Vermillion Bay turn north on Hwy 105.