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    Question looking to rent a cabin for a few days - any recommendations on where?

    We are looking to rent a cabin for a few days. We would like to do some fishing and will next to rent a boat as well. Anyone have any recommendations on where to rent a cabin/cottage?

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    Default Re: looking to rent a cabin for a few days - any recommendations on where?

    how close to the soo do you want to stay?

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    What area are you looking to rent and what kind of time frame? I have a friend who has a place down around Pine Island that she might consider renting.....
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    Default Re: looking to rent a cabin for a few days - any recommendations on where?

    http://www.cedarrailranch.com/Home.html

    Not too far, great people and you don't have to have a horse. Read the site and see if it may be what you're looking for.
    Their outposts are beautiful! We've always wanted to stay there (been on their trail rides) but now that we have a farm it will never happen.
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    Default Re: looking to rent a cabin for a few days - any recommendations on where?

    Quote Originally Posted by A*lil*Loopy View Post
    http://www.cedarrailranch.com/Home.html

    Not too far, great people and you don't have to have a horse. Read the site and see if it may be what you're looking for.
    Their outposts are beautiful! We've always wanted to stay there (been on their trail rides) but now that we have a farm it will never happen.
    This is a beautiful ranch and well worth the stay, but you will need to venture a fair distance to get to good fishing area's.

    A few other locations are:
    http://www.cariboulogcabinresort.ca/ - Decent Prices, rustic cabins, sauna with each camp rental, central wash house with showers, toilets etc. Owners are very pleasant and nice to deal with, beautiful spot and nice lake, fishing is decent.. lots of pike, there are pickerel but they are a bit harder to come by, and the bass fishing is intense!

    http://www.carpenterlakecabins.com - Decent Rates, cabins have been redone, outhouses on site, great variety of fishing and lots of outpost lakes that you can just take a motor to and go fish for numerous species of fish. The camps are out there a ways, but worth the ride, its secluded and a very nice spot, also great for ATV riders .. tons of trails and adventuring to be done

    http://www.flyingeaglecamps.com - Rustic fishing/hunting camps, all three locations are on great lakes to fish and swim in, sleeps around 6-7 ppl per outpost camp, you just gotta bring bait, beer, food and clothes etc, rest of your needs are addressed, sauna's onsite and some great secluded spots, prices are very affordable!

    http://www.sunsetshores.ca/ - cabins about 45 mins north of the Sault, good prices, nice spot, lots of trails for atv's, owners are nice and the spot is beautiful, mins from batchawana bay and the nice shallow beach for kids and swimming.

    http://www.gordonlakecabins.com - cabins, rustic, oil heat, good fishing on the thessalon river and gordon lake, lots of pickerel, bass and pike, great sunsets, easy to get to, boat launch onsite, swimming isn't very good but you are minutes away from rock Lake beack on the atv or in the car and the swimming there is fantastic.

    Hope this helps ya out!!

    Hope that helps!

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