Camp Anjigami

Camp Anjigami

11 Anjigami Lake Road Anjigami Lake, Wawa, Ontario P0S 1K0 Canada
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A great place to relax and bask in the serenity and beauty of northern Ontario's wilderness--away from the noise and the hectic urban lifestyle. In just 4 hours from Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario, you will be treated to a simpler way of life and a chance to meditate and enjoy the tranquil settings. Camp Anjigami offers road accessible cabins on Anjigami Lake and four remote fly-in outpost camps throughout Algoma District where fine fishing can be found. And the lake all to yourself--no other cabins on the remote outpost lake.
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11 Anjigami Lake Road Anjigami Lake, Wawa, Ontario P0S 1K0 Canada
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Kerry wrote a review Jun 2021
12 contributions
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5.0 of 5 bubbles
As you can tell from the many reviews, Camp Anjigami is genuinely one of the best getaway experiences. You will be met with Linda and Craig, who are amazingly accommodating, generous, and kind hosts. Whether you stay in the bunkhouse (like we did) and use the all-inclusive newly built bunkhouse kitchen, or book one of the other cabins, you'll benefit from breathtaking views and scenery throughout your stay (as well as very reasonable and affordable rates). There isn't a single spot that isn't picture-worthy. Our group loved the community area with a games room (pool and shuffleboard) and a large gazebo with picnic tables, a bonfire pit, and a bar counter. The beach has soft white sand leading to clear waters. We recommend renting boats or going out on kayaks to experience the beauty of the lake in the water. There are scenic points at different points of the lake reachable by boat, and specific fishing spots. Camp Anjigami has something for everyone and we recommend it for anyone thinking of taking a trip (but book before its booked)!
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Date of stay: June 2021
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Response from Linda Williams, Owner at Camp Anjigami
Responded Jul 3, 2021
Dear Kerry, it was a real pleasure meeting you and your family, and very glad you found us on the internet! Thank you for your outstanding review of our happy place, we are truly touched and humbled by your comments. Thank you. We look forward to seeing all of you--and some newbies too--next summer! :)
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Sarath W 2001 wrote a review Aug 2021
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5.0 of 5 bubbles
Our family's summer vacation brought us to Camp Anjigami this year, and after staying 5 nights there we've all agreed that our trip was amazing. Camp Anjigami is mostly surrounded by Lake Anjigami, allowing almost every view to be photo worthy. The cottage was well kept, with all the necessities equipped. The camp had numerous activities which all of our members enjoyed, including; swimming, boating, kayaking, canoeing, hiking, BBQing and pool. And along with those activities, the camp offered many places to simply sit and relax, one of those places being the community area, which had rocking chairs and an area for a fire. The hosts of the camp, Craig and Linda, who were such kind and caring hosts, also offered to show us activities. Linda showed our group a hiking trail across the lake called 'Robs Trail' which boasted an incredible view on top of a rocky hill near the end. Craig individually taught each of the younger members of the group how to operate the boats, which we later rented out. We highly recommend to anyone reading!
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Date of stay: August 2021
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Response from Linda Williams, Owner at Camp Anjigami
Responded Aug 25, 2021
Thank you for the marvelous review, and for taking the time to write! We love hearing from the newcomers to our happy place, and very pleased to know all of you enjoyed your time here. Thank you very much, and we hope you will visit us again in the future!
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LauraZales wrote a review Oct 2020
Sault Ste. Marie, Canada3 contributions1 helpful vote
5.0 of 5 bubbles
My parents joined my husband & I on Anjigami Lake Labour Day weekend this year. They stayed in the cozy & quaint Paradise Cabin overlooking the lake. They thoroughly enjoyed the quiet & beautiful surroundings & hospitality of Linda & Craig, the lodge owners. Camp Anjigami is the perfect spot for a getaway to enjoy scenic views & fun outdoor activity. Highly recommended!
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Date of stay: September 2020
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Response from Linda Williams, Owner at Camp Anjigami
Responded Jul 3, 2021
Hi Laura, We just saw your review today (July 3, 2021)! Very sorry for the late response....I somehow missed the alert email from TripAdvisor. In any event, thank you very much for posting your great review for all to see. We hope you will return to our little peace of heaven in the near future. Thank you!
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Stephanie S wrote a review Oct 2022
Laingsburg, Michigan2 contributions3 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
My husband and I spent a week at the outpost camp on Rod Lake in early August 2022. The location is beautiful, and the cabin is very well stocked and comfortable. Craig and Linda were there to meet us and show us around when we arrived, and also flew in mid-week to check on us. They really went out of their way to make sure we were comfortable and had everything we needed for the week.

We saw several moose and other wildlife during our stay, and caught walleye every day during our week there. We have stayed at a few other outpost camps in Ontario, and this was our favorite by far. We can’t wait to return!
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Date of stay: August 2022Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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Response from Linda Williams, Owner at Camp Anjigami
Responded Oct 20, 2022
Dear Stephanie, thank you so very much for taking the time to rate and review your stay at Roderic Lake. As newbies to our camp, we value your thoughts, impression and comments. Loved that this is your favorite outpost camp by far!! Thank you again for your wonderful review. :) We look forward to seeing you again hopefully next summer!
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dgmiller1 wrote a review Jul 2015
Grand Rapids, Michigan10 contributions5 helpful votes
4.0 of 5 bubbles
I went to one of their outpost camps near Wawa, Ontario with my two son in laws and my youngest gradson in mid-July. We weren't sure what to expect, but must say we were pleased with the arrangement process and acommendations provided by our hosts, Linda and Craig Williams. They provided excellent planning information on their website down to the last detail, and made choosing and booking our fly in fishing trip easy. The even helped when I discovered I had lost my passport the morning we were leaving to go up north. Turned out the tip I got from Craig worked when even the US Expedited Passport Service could not (or would not) help.

The flight in to the cabin was beautiful. Lakes, rivers, and nothing but wilderness as far as we could see.The cabin was situated on a point in Lake Roderick and was located not too far from the best fishing. Fishing was good, not great - but given the fact that we had never been there before and were limited to the use of artificial bait we did very well, catching many walleye and several pike. The bait thing was our mistake. We got into Wawa too late to get any live bait, and flew out before the bait stores opened (at 8:00 AM?).

All in all, we had a great trip. A peaceful getaway, great company, and enough fish to keep us happy and well fed.
We would recommend this adventure without hesitation.
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Date of stay: July 2015
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Response from Linda W, Owner at Camp Anjigami
Responded Jul 17, 2015
Thank you, Doug for taking the time to write a candid and descriptive review--very much appreciated!
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Michael P wrote a review Jun 2012
Evart, Michigan1 contribution3 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
When I'm looking to get away from it all, Camp Anjigami is the first place I think of. I've been coming with 3 different groups every year for the past 10 years including a trip with my 3 sons, with friends from college and a retreat for supporters of our non profit. Everytime the experience has been great. Craig and Linda are excellent hosts and continue to make Camp Anjigami a better place each year.

It has about anything a person would want to do out in God's creation - hunting, fishing, mountain biking, boating, hiking, or just and sitting reading a book. Can't wait to go back.
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Date of stay: September 2011
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Trip type: Traveled with friends
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Response from Linda W, Owner at Camp Anjigami
Responded Jun 15, 2012
Craig and I are so appreciative of your patronage, your friendship, and all that you do to promote our little "peace" of heaven here in northern Ontario. Cannot believe we've known you for ten years now, and have watched your kids grow like rabbits. Two in college already--hard to believe how very fast time flies! Thank you again, and it has been our pleasure to get to know your family, friends and associates you bring up each year.
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Island_time018 wrote a review Jul 2015
Chillicothe, Ohio16 contributions12 helpful votes
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5.0 of 5 bubbles
We had a great time at the cabin on our own private 4 mile lake. The cabin had just about everything you could hope to have stocked. The only thing I wish we would have had there was a stone to sharpen our filet knife. The walleye fishing was just great and that's what we were going after. We had a groundhog in camp and I think he might have a home under the cabin. The gas grill igniter button didn't work, so be careful when lighting it by hand. The camp shower was a nice touch and very much appreciated. Bring lots of mosquito coils- they made the cabin very mosquito free and we burned them non stop. I think if I went back I would bring netting and thumbtacks to make a tent over the bunk beds. The list of things to bring said to bring life jackets and we did, but the boat shed had several in there along with cushions. The boats are great and the engines run like a top. The swivel seats were great!!! If we stayed longer we would have portaged over to Shasta Lake. The journal in the cabin had several people recommend it. Maybe next year! I enjoyed meeting Craig and Linda (owners) they are both great to work with to make your stay great.
We had the best luck on the North end of the Lake but my husband caught some nice fish on the South end. A few loons on the lake and we enjoyed hearing them. Saw a beaver working away and we named the seagull hanging out daily Sammy. Absolutely beautiful lake and wilderness.
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Date of stay: July 2015
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Trip type: Traveled with family
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Response from Linda W, Owner at Camp Anjigami
Responded Jul 22, 2015
We're very appreciative when guests of ours do take the time to write a review, especially from first time guests. Therefore, thank you, Dianna for your kind review, and for giving us your perspective. Glad you and Thomas had a great time!
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Hembrough1803 wrote a review Jul 2012
Bay City, Michigan20 contributions10 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
The title of this review says it all....if you have never been to Gods Country than you need to visit this wonderful camp.
Craig and Linda treat you like family and have one of the best maintained fishing lodges I have ever been to. The camp is clean, newly renovated and spacious.
All cabins, bunk house, mess hall and main lodge are clean and fully stocked with every need. The grounds, beach area, and boat docks are all well maintained.
Every year that we visit Camp Anjigami I hate going home and anticipate the next visit as soon as we leave.
This camp is a must see. Once, will not be enough and you will always want to go back.
Craig and Linda, thanks for everything you do and you have one of the best jobs ever!
Marty Hembrough
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Date of stay: July 2012
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Response from Linda W, Owner at Camp Anjigami
Responded Aug 1, 2012
Truly appreciate your taking the time to rate us, and to give such a superb recommendations! I've said it many times but it is so true...our guests make it easy for us to strive to give the best service and accommodations. We want our guests to be happy, and they in turn keep coming back! Thank you so much, Marty & Nan!
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Sean M wrote a review Jun 2012
Grand Rapids, Michigan1 contribution2 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Camp Anjigami has become one of my favorite destinations in the world. Four years ago, my girlfriend and I took our first trip to this northern paradise and we’ve been back every year since! Two years ago was a very special trip for us. I proposed to her on top of the cliff that overlooks the main camp while her sister, brother-in-law, and the owners, Craig and Linda all took pictures. It was an absolutely amazing trip that we’ll all remember for the rest of our lives. One year later, we spent our honeymoon at the Lake Tik Outpost. This was another amazing trip that I recommend for any adventurous honeymooners. The comfortable cabin was set in one of the most peaceful and beautiful places I’ve ever been. My first fish was a 40” Northern Pike that looked like a shark coming in! From then on we caught numerous pike, walleye, and even a lake trout. It was such a wonderful experience to be in a secluded cabin with the love of my life for an entire week. No bothersome phone calls, emails, or visitors; just each other. It was one of those trips that really sticks with you, and made us both want to just move in to the outpost!

So as someone that has now stayed in the Main Lodge, the Loon’s Nest, the J4U cabin, and the Lake Tik outpost; I know that you’ll have a great time no matter which adventure you choose!
I can’t wait to get back there this year. We love Camp Anjigami!!
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Date of stay: July 2011
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Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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Response from Linda W, Owner at Camp Anjigami
Responded Jun 15, 2012
Sean, thank you for taking the time to write your review--it is very much appreciated! Looking forward to seeing you, your beautiful bride and the rest of the gang this summer! And there should be plenty of wild blueberries at that time.
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Thomas B wrote a review Apr 2012
Columbus OH9 contributions2 helpful votes
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5.0 of 5 bubbles
My wife & daughter took a trip to Paris & I took my two young sons (then 12 & 8) to Camp Anjigami. I was the clear winner here! We stayed in the Loon's Nest, which was just the right size for us. And what a great view from the porch! We were a bit pre-season due to the wife's schedule & were the only folks in camp & Linda & Craig were very very hospitable, even letting use use their computer to stay in touch w/my wife (probably a perk only if you're the only folks in camp). They'd planned to have WiFi soon (I don't know if that's up and working now or not). I still marvel that this place which is literally 'off the grid' had such things!
This is on my short list of 'places to get back to'. I would give a way more than 5 stars for location if possible!
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Date of stay: June 2011
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Trip type: Traveled with family
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KevinGarrity wrote a tip Jul 2017
West Bloomfield, Michigan1 contribution
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"No cell reception or wi-fi, this is the essence of "getting away from it all." Wawa is about a 50 minute drive for gas, groceries, etc...."
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Mike G wrote a tip Jul 2017
5 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"Lights from celestial bodies are brighter than at lower latitudes and may keep you up at night."
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Msknights wrote a tip Aug 2014
Windermere, Florida110 contributions70 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"If you sleep in the lodge, you will hear your group members if the stay up playing pool, cards, laughing etc. I prefer the bunkhouse, absolute silence and wonderful sleep, with nice beds."
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Blake K wrote a tip Aug 2014
Fort Wayne, Indiana1 contribution
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"It's easy to choose...top bunk or bottom bunk!!!"
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Q2082 wrote a tip Sep 2013
Dayton, Ohio2 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"If choosing an outpost, factors to consider could be: exposure to weather on lake, size of lake, desired fish species, time of flight, size of room, number of boats/motors, cabin amenities."
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