Things to do:
In 1948, there was a great fire. It burned all summer long and is one of the biggest wildfires ever known. Once all virgin white pine, this area is now naturally regenerated jack pine, poplar and birch:
Walleye, Whitefish and Northern Pike abound in Flame Lake and Burntwood Lake. Hike to O'Jay Lake for lots of pike action. Hike to a brook trout lake or portage up the river to Vincent Lake for a real wilderness adventure.
There are several trails for you to explore. One is 2.9 miles long and takes you to the north end of the lake. See if you can find burnt-out stumps and remnants of the old logging mill. Bring your cameral
Wildflowers and Edibles:
Mid-May to mid-June is the best time to find these. If you're lucky you'll find the delicious morel mushroom. In late summer, gather blueberries and raspberries by the bucketl
Moose, bald eagles, loons, beavers and more are often seen from Flame Lake's waterways and trails. This is also a birdwatchers' paradise, with over 65 species documented here. Scientists have been looking in this area for the rare Kirtland's Warbler. Early summer is the best time to come.
Winter Recreation: Visit us for a unique winter experience! Snowshoe or ski into the quiet wilderness, or snowmobile on groomed trails for miles in any direction. Try ice fishing on a glorious sunny winter day. Then, come back to the warmth of the lodge for a hot, home-cooked meal and put your feet up in front of the fire.
Create Memories: Never crowded or noisy, our aim is to help you get away from it all. Paddle the calm waters, bring in that big fish, sing at a campfire or just put your feet up and enjoy life's simple pleasures.