Guests can relax in a private log home hand-built by Karl Bjorkman using the full-scribe Scandinavian method. Logs were selected from red pine trees in the local area. Karl learned how to build with log from his neighbour Joe Meany, a legendary local character. This all-season guest home has all modern amenities including water, hydro, full kitchen, laundry and bathroom. Nestled in large jackpine, birch and spruce trees, located on the shore of Whiskeyjack Lake at Turtle Falls with a view of the lake and Atikokan River.
Canadian Wilderness Walkabouts takes guests on guided excursions off the beaten path for a true Canadian experience in the boreal forest. We offer everything from short day tours to all-inclusive multi-day tours. Please visit the Wilderness Walkabouts page for more details on adventures available or visit website @ http://www.wildernesswalkabouts.com/
Stay with us during the popular local ski events this season!
January 27, 2018 - Sawmill Lake Classic Tour, Quetico Provincial Park
March 16-17, 2018 - Cross Quetico Lakes Tour
Number of Persons Cottage or Cabin Will Accommodate
Comfortably accommodates 4 people with ability to accommodate 7. Two queen beds, three single beds, three bedrooms.
Easily accessed by an all-weather road, approximately 10-15 minute drive north of Highway 11. Detailed directions will be provided upon booking.
Wood Burning Stove
Kitchen Supplies Available (if any)
All kitchen supplies are provided including dishes, cutlery, baking pans, towels, clothes. There is a fridge, stove with oven, coffee maker, toaster.
Nightly Rate or Fee (if any)
$250/night/2 adults on weekends kids stay free, $10/night/extra adult; $200/night/2 adults on weekdays, $10/night/extra adult
Locally or Family-Owned Business Notes
This beautiful guest log home is located at the Bjorkman Homestead on Whiskeyjack Lake. It is owned by Karl and Veronique Bjorkman who moved up north in 1984, cleared land and raised their six children in the Canadian wilderness north of Quetico Provincial Park. The Bjorkman Family makes a living as prospectors, as well as being part of the forestry industry.
Pet Friendly Notes
We do allow pets but ask that you clean up after your pets.