Maiden Bay Camp
Located along Lake Temiskaming, Maiden Bay Camp offers several different Accommodations and Experiences. Lake Temiskaming is over 80 miles long and approximately 5 miles wide at the North end. The lake is the headwaters for the Ottawa River and has been traveled for hundreds of years by explorers. Temiskaming" is an Aboriginal word meaning "deep waters". The south end of Lake Temiskaming is dominated by steep, wooded cliffs falling into the waters, while the north end is surrounded by rolling hillsides and forests. The Lake is fed by rivers such as the Montreal, the Kipawa, the Matabitchuan and the Blanche. We welcome you to come and experience the breathtaking landcsapes of Maiden Bay and the beauty of Northern Ontario.
Discover an Immersive
Maiden Bay offers several different Accommodations and a wide variety of cultural and outdoor activities surrounding Lake Temiskaming in Northern Ontario.
Six recently renovated winterized cabings overlooking the Lake providign all the comforts of home during your stay at Maiden Bay.
We offer several different experiences including Fishing, Canoeing, Hiking, Boating, Ice Fishing, Snowmobiling and ATV Riding.
We offer seasonal hunting experiences including Bear Hunts, Moose Hunts as well as Small Game Hunting at Maiden Bay Camp.
Check out our
Reception, Info Centar
First aid / Ambulance
Fire place / barbeque
Available tent site (up to 20 sites)
Washing and drying machines
Connect with Nature at Maiden Bay Camp
Frequently Asked Questions
Where is Maiden Bay Located
Maiden Bay is located on Lake Temiskaming in Northern Ontario, 532 km north of Toronto and faces the province of Quebec.
What to bring for Cabin Stays
- Warm Clothes (the Lake can be windy and cool at nights even in the summer)
- Sleeping Bag
- Bug Jacket or Repellent
- Rain Gear
- Extra Footwear and Gloves
- Flash Light & Batteries
- Camera & Binoculars
- Drinking Water & Choice of Food/Snacks
- Towel & Linens
- Personal Hygiene Items
- Fishing Rod & Tackle
What to bring for Hunting Experiences
- Hunter Orange Cap and Vest (Camo Orange is not acceptable in Ontario)
- Previous Hunting License (Canadian or American)
- Weapon of Choice: Gun, Bow or Cross Bow
- Soft/Hard Gun or Bow Case (Legal Requirement)
* For more information on Ontario Hunting Regulations, please visit the Ministry of Natural Resources at www.mnr.gov.on.ca
Canadian Firearms Declaration Form
It is necessary to fill out a temporary gun permit if you are bringing your own firearm into Canada. The fee is $25.00 payable at the border crossing
Non-Resident Firearm Declaration Form
Forms are available by emailing email@example.com or by calling 1 -800-731-4000 (Canada and US) or 1-506-624-5380 (Other Countries) and from all Custom offices across Canada. Visit the Royal Canadian Mounted Police website for more information www.rcmp-grc.gc.ca
*Do Not Sign your Declaration Form until you are asked by your Customs Agent)
What about cleaning the caravan/cabin?
Hunting License & Outdoor Card
Non-Residents can buy a Hunting License and Outdoor Card online at www.ontario.ca