Fisherman and Hunters will arrive at Ubiquity Lake Lodge after a scenic 75-minute flight. Our main lodge is located on a quiet bay on the Ubiquity Lake. We will greet you at the lodge and help you get settled in. The Northern Pike, Lake Trout and Walleye are waiting so your boats will be ready when you arrive. If you can't wait one more minute to get out on the lake, you are free to go fishing right away. Our camp is quiet and relaxing and you may come and go as you wish. Meals are prepared at a time that is convenient for you and the cook.
At Ubiquity Lake, our two cabins will comfortably sleep to 12 fishermen. Each guest will have his own bed in one of the 6 bedrooms.
We try to tailor our trips to groups of 6, however, we can accommodate smaller or larger groups. Bedding is provided, but guests are responsible for bringing towels, rain gear, warm clothing, insect repellent, and sun screen.
Our lodge is semi modern and very comfortable, considering how remote our location is. Hot and cold running water, indoor bathroom, showers and electricity will keep you warm and comfortable.
After the day is complete, sit out on the deck overlooking the lake and have a cold drink or lounge in our sitting area on our leather furniture.
We also have a satellite telephone and internet in camp in case an emergency should arise.
All of our meals are home cooked and you can eat as much as you like.
Generally, a full breakfast will be served later in the morning. Breakfast could be bacon, eggs, hash browns, toast, blueberry pancakes with bacon or ham, Mexican omelets, French toast, or apple and cinnamon pancakes with sausages.
Lunch if you desire will either be sandwiches, or a shore lunch.
Supper will be served at a prearranged time.
Possible entries could be: Stuffed Trout with Wild Rice, Barbecued Steak and Baked Potato, Baked Ham and Scalloped Potatoes, Ubiquity Style Fish and Chips, Roast Chicken, Pea Soup with biscuits or Fried Fish.
If you have a special preference (like fish 3 times per day!) or
a special diet, please let us know.
Guests are responsible for providing their own beverage of choice.