Minaki Ontario Canada
Deluxe Housekeeping Cottages
2014 beckons the Big Sand fishing addict. Beware. If you book yourself into Sunset Point's superb setting, you may become a goner, no turning back. Here's the password: fish-your-ass-off. This will get you close to heaven. Staying here will put you on that stairway.
Sunset Point is perfect for MOM and the KIDS too, and dog friendly. In addition to Wi-Fi, our upscale clean and modern accommodations also have satellite TV, including the Boathouse. Note that our cottages are waterfront sunset view, are well separated by lawns and trees and have dock plug-ins.
This is where you explore the wilderness, Mother Nature, beguiling at its finest in comfort and style – The Winnipeg River, Minaki, where five lakes join hands with the river: Big Sand, Little Sand, Gunn Lake, Pistol Lake and Roughrock Lake are all part of the romance of Shield Country. Boreal forest, towering pines, dwarf spruce, glaciated rock and granite cliffs is where you share the voice of eagles and loons, the gathering of great white pelicans, ducks, geese and other bird life plus the footsteps of bear, moose, deer, beaver and otter, AND this is where you battle trophy walleye, musky, northern pike and bass. Please join us for a complimentary shore lunch island cookout. Special!
Turn off the Trans-Canada Hwy. 1 by-pass at Kenora onto Hwy. 596, a half hour’s scenic drive to our turn-off at the outskirts of Minaki opposite Gunn Lake Road. This is Sunset Point’s private road ¼ mile to our own Landing with boat launch, paved vehicle parking, staging area, 80 ft. dock - less than 5 minutes boat-in to Sunset Point’s Cottages, close to town services. We will MEET YOU at the Landing to help ferry over.
We regularly update our Availability Page. Watch for 2014 information coming soon! Get in touch at your earliest.
deluxe accommodations (all
amenities and satellite TV):
Times change. Seasons change. But the dreams of fishermen remain the same, and the rivers run to the sea, and in the Winnipeg river...legends
Owners - Ken and Judy
Sunset Point Western View