Welcome to Bayview Lodge! We've created a home away from home by combining the peaceful and majestic views of Northern Saskatchewan with the comforts of home that you've come to know and love. Come experience the peaceful outdoors on your next adventure.
Whether you're looking to enjoy a cabin or a seasonal campsite, we've got it all. We've even added a few cosy home comforts, like satellite television and WiFi, so that you can stay connected throughout your stay.
With breathtakingly beautiful scenery, plentiful fishing and abundant wildlife, you're sure to enjoy your stay at Bayview Lodge. Mirond Lake is home to plenty of Walleye and Northern Pike, both large and small. You can enjoy peaceful waters and have your fill of Walleye or be entertained with the adventurous search for the large Northern Pike.
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WHAT OUR GUESTS HAD TO SAY:
"IT'S MY HAPPY PLACE!"
"I had a GREAT time up there and can't wait to come back."
"Enjoyed our last trip!!!!!! Thanks! Looking forward to another visit."
"Cannot wait to get out there again this summer!"
"Can't wait for our upcoming fishing trips!"
"We stayed at Bayview in June for our annual Mirond fishing trip and would highly recommend this camp, in fact we are already booked for next year."
Friendly and generous owner, Jeff goes above and beyond to make sure ever need is met and everything about your stay is perfect. This camp has every modern comfort in a rustic beautiful postcard worthy Northern Saskatchewan setting that sees a lot less traffic than the more well known neighbouring Jan Lake.
Amenities are constantly being upgraded and improved such as cabin patios/decks with bbq's and patio tables & chairs as well as large fire pits you can cook on and new Lund boats with electric start 25hp motors. You can relax and escape from it all. If the Northern or digital isolation is too much, to our surprise there was also wifi, sat tv, and recliners in the cabins to fall back on.
Also exciting, is the prospect of having a camp that hopes to stay open after the September long weekend and potentially offer fall/winter packages.