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Cedar Narrows Camping/Cabin

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Eight or ten of us are going up to the Manitou the last week of September for our annual Fall trip. Four of us would like to leave early by two or three days and check out some of the Cedar Narrow road lakes. We'll have our own boat and provisions. Is there a cabin we could rent or a place we could pay to camp for a day or two before the rest of our group arrives? We've always wanted to check out some of the nearby lakes.

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You can stay at the timberwolf lodge just before the cedar narrows. From there you can explore some of the surrounding lakes in the area.

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When I Google Timberwolf Lodge Ontario, I get a fly-in lodge at lake Nagagami. You don't happen to have a number, name, or link?

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No, I don't.

I will look for it.

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Timberwolf Lodge 807-599-2716 Has both camping and cabins.

Outfitter17: Is Jack McCombs still in business?

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I don't know who Jack McCombs is? What did he do?

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