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Fly-In Canoe Trips and Outpost Cabins have privacy, great fishing, solitude and best of all, the chance to fly above the lake dotted wilderness with thousands of sparkling lakes.

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In The Atikokan-Ontario, Canada Area:
moose Canoe Canada Outpost Cabins Our Fly In Outpost Cabin Trips Are A Unique And Relaxing Wilderness Vacation. Here you can fish, swim and explore on your own remote lake in the heart of the great Canadian Shield country. With a comfortable cabin and excellent equipment, you can relax and escape the pressures of schedules and telephones.
In The Ely Area:

Moose

Canoe Country Outfitters Campground Located on Moose Lake, 20 miles east of Ely and gateway to the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness (BWCA). Tent sites include picnic tables, free firewood and use of showers.  RV sites have water, electric and sewer hook-up.  Our services include boat-motor-canoe rentals, convenience store, guide service, laundry  facility, sauna, hiking trails, playground.  Cabins and canoe trip outfitting also available.

Moose

Timber Trail Campgrounds Lakeshore sites with panoramic views or a secluded wooded site tucked into the forest. All have water and electric hookups; some available with full hookups. Bath house with hot showers and modern restrooms centrally located. Dock space available. Each site has picnic table, charcoal grill, and fire ring. Large sites available for RVs and motor homes.
Note: There are no structures available inside the interior of the Boundary Waters or Quetico Park. Mechanized items such as vehicles or bicycles are prohibited. All facilities represented are near the area.

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