Summer Activities


If you want to head out for a day of exploring and don't want to be bothered by private signs restricting your movement, we provide the roads you need. There will be no highways to cross, just miles of old logging roads and trails. Just pack your lunch, walk out of your cabin and take off for a day of adventure.

Highwind and surrounding lakes are all deep, clear lakes that are home to a number of species of fish, the most notable being the lake trout. We also have smallmouth bass and northern pike in our lake and the surrounding lakes, so there are many species of fish waiting to challenge the most experienced and inexperienced fisherman.

Our lake has a sandy bottom and is crystal clear which makes for a great snorkeling experience. Picture yourself following a school of small-mouth bass or watching a trophy northern pike as he hides motionless in amongst the branches of a sunken tree in a shallow bay... or snorkelling amongst the huge boulders that seem to have been thrown on the bottom by the Lord's hand, and see the sun's rays draping down to where you are exploring. Doesn't it sound exciting?

For those who just want to stay in camp, a game of horseshoes is a challenging way to spend the afternoon, or just enjoy the serenity of the area while relaxing. We have a well-equipped playground for children located close to our cabins and campground, so it is easy for parents to keep an eye on their little ones.

Those interested in botany can wander around camp, book in hand, identifying the many species of wildflowers growing around Highwind.



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