Although we can not guarantee anything, there is always a good chance you may see some of the following: bald and golden eagles, moose, bears, birds, loons, ducks, otters, beavers, fox, linx, or hummingbirds just to name a few.
Yes, there is a fire ring located in the middle of camp that overlooks our bay. It is a beautiful place to star gaze and to listen to the lyrical calls of the loons while enjoying a warm fire. You may have a campfire any night you wish as long is it remains supervised and there is two water buckets ready. The fire must be completely doused every evening. There is plenty of fire wood in our wood shed so you will not have to collect any of your own. We also ask that you keep it respectfully quite after lights out.
Yes, we have a floating swim raft/ trampoline anchored in front of our camp away from the boat docks. There are also many sandy “beaches” located on our end of Red Lake which are perfect places for a cool swim.
- Berry picking (wild strawberries, raspberries, and blueberries typically ripen by late June to mid July)
- Photography (we have some of the best sunsets you’ve ever seen)
- Star gazing or witnessing the magical Northern Lights
- Reading, playing games, or relaxing in the main lodge
- Relaxing by a warm campfire
- Viewing the wildlife (eagles, moose, bears, birds, loons, ducks, otters, beavers, fox, or hummingbirds just to name a few)
- Bear watching at the Red Lake waste center
- Shopping at the local shops in Red Lake
- Visit one of the many active or abandoned gold mines
- Taking a nap or just taking the time to reconnect with nature in one of the quietest most secluded places you will ever visit
- Hanging out in our hammocks from eaglesnestoutfittersinc.com