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Discover Our Best Fishing Spots

Our Guide to The Best Fishing at CABINSCAPE

Get ready to unwind and reel in some big ones at CABINSCAPE’s top fishing hideouts.

Whether you’re into trout in Haliburton or chasing northern pike in Lanark, our cabins are your ticket to a laid-back fishing getaway. Pack your gear and let’s dive in!

Fishing Fun in Haliburton

Located on Duck & Dog Lake, Big Rock, Kaya, Cove, Willow & Quasi cabins are fan-favourites for fishing. You’ll find plenty of trout and bass here, just waiting to be caught. Haliburton Forest (a nature preserve) surrounds these cabins, offering a wealth of additional fishing spots and public lake access areas. Click here to find out more about what Haliburton Forest has to offer.

Each of these cabins comes equipped with a canoe, perfect for exploring the serene waters and discovering new fishing spots. Whether you’re casting from the shore or paddling out to deeper waters, these cabins provide everything you need for a memorable fishing adventure.

Tranquil Days on the Fall River

Situated by the peaceful Fall River, Ember and Juniper cabins in Lanark are perfect for fishing enthusiasts. The calm waters are home to various fish species, ideal for a quiet day casting from the shore or using our complimentary canoe. Nearby, Murphy’s Point Provincial Park is also a great spot for fishing.

Backcountry Seclusion in Lanark County

Situated on Mill Lake in Lanark County, our Mica and Rhya cabins provide a secluded retreat with exceptional fishing opportunities. This tranquil lake is abundant with northern pike, walleye, and smallmouth bass, perfect for anglers seeking a backcountry fishing adventure.

‘Reel it in’ at Mason Cabin

Located on Little Beaver Lake in Lanark County, Mason Cabin is a tranquil spot for fishing. Here, you’ll find bass, perch, and sunfish, perfect for a peaceful day by the water. Bring your fishing gear and enjoy casting from the shore or exploring the lake by boat for a relaxing fishing experience in nature.

Before you head out, make sure you’ve got a valid fishing license and know the local rules.

Book now and get ready to enjoy Ontario’s beautiful outdoors

Blog written by Rachel Naish