Walleye Fishing
Muskie Fishing
Northern Pike Fishing
Smallmouth Bass Fishing
Map of Eagle Lake

Fishing Photos:
Walleye Gallery 2012 to 2014
Walleye Gallery 2009 to 2011
Walleye Gallery 2007 & 2008
Muskie Gallery 2012 to 2014
Muskie Gallery 2008 to 2011
Pike Gallery 2012 to 2014
Pike Gallery 2008 to 2011
Bass Gallery 2012 to 2014
Bass Gallery 2008 to 2011

Fishing Tips:
Walleye Tips
Muskie Tips
Northern Pike Tips
Smallmouth Bass Tips

Fish & Hunt Videos:
Muskie Mania Video
Smallmouth Bass Video
Muskie Fishing & Goose Hunting
Goose & Duck Hunting
Duck Hunting

Whitetail Deer Hunting
Wolf Hunting
Duck & Grouse Hunting
Hunting Pictures

Lodge Facilities:
Main Lodge
The Fin & Feather Lounge
Main Lodge Top Floor Suites
Cabin 1
Cabin 2
Cabin 3
Cabin 4
Cabin 5
Cabin 6
Cabin 7
Marina & Boats
Scenery and Guest Photos

Activities & Attractions:
Family Activities & Attractions
ATVing / ATV Trails

Lodge Information:
Contact Us
Fishing Shows
What To Bring Fishing
What To Bring Hunting


ATVing on Local Trails Around Dryden

Mud, streams, swamps, old logging roads, deep bush game trails; Discover the rugged terrain of Northern Ontario on an ATV off-road adventure. Feel the exhilaration of driving along an unbeaten path. Northern Ontario has thousands of miles of trails and unlimited destinations to challenge and inspire you. Eagle Lake and the Dryden area have hundreds of miles of old logging roads, animal paths and 26,000 miles of snowmobile trails that are used as ATV trails in the summer. The trails and roads can be quite complex so knowing how to read a compass or bringing along a GPS is important and will also help you maximize the enjoyment of your ATVing vacation. In Ontario, you need a driver's license, helmet and insurance to drive an ATV.

ATVs are the guests responsibility and not provided by the lodge. You are welcome to bring your ATV for hunting, accessing remote fishing lakes or trail riding purposes.


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