Wallace Lake Lodge & Outposts
Welcome to Wallace Lake Lodge & Outposts, you’ve arrived at the edge of Manitoba’s last undisturbed wilderness frontier in Atikaki Provincial Wilderness Park. The Land of the Caribou.
Wallace Lake Lodge is uniquely placed on your last drive-to entry point into this pristine and historic area. The Lodge is located on beautiful Wallace Lake, 12mi. (19km) east of Bissett, Manitoba and acts as a departure point for the outpost cabins. A brand new lodge has been constructed in the 2011 season and is ready to accommodate outdoor enthusiasts from near and far to experience this incredible place.
Our fly-in outpost camps include light housekeeping cabins on Obukowin Lake, Carroll Lake, Gammon River, Craven Lake, and a boat cache at TamGuy Lake. Whether you are a beginner or expert fisherman, hunter, canoeist, or you just enjoy the healing magic of the bush, Wallace Lake Lodge & Outposts promises you the wilderness experience of a lifetime.
Meet your hosts
James, Michele, Joe, Amy and Paul Hnatishin
Pictured Left to Right: James, Michele, Amy, Paul and JoeOur passion for the wilderness has lead us down the trail to purchase and manage Wallace Lake Lodge and Outposts. This is our true passion, and we invite you to share it with us.
James (pictured left) and Joe, both bush pilots who run the logistics of the lodge are busy ensuring all guests are enjoying themselves and have the necessities to feel comfortable at the camps. Their combined experience in the remote Canadian wilderness can be relied upon.
Paul, aka "Big Country" is the camp attendant offering assistance at the outposts. Need help finding the hidden Walleye hot spots? Paul can certainly point you in the right direction. Michele and Amy provide a feminine touch to the camp. They can both be found at the main lodge assisting guests with creating a safe and enjoyable experience. Hope to see you soon!