I visited Ojibway while my brother was in Keewaydin camp when I was young - I have great memories of the pristine woods and cabins with no electricity! Oil lamps, as I recall. We were flown up in a private plane and I remember being so excited to go to a place in the woods with no TV or telephones. ( I loved the woods). The Reimers family was so gracious to invite us up and help orient us to the life on the island. I caught lots of Northern Pike and bathed in the cold water in the sea, which I loved. The amenities are probably a little more modern this day and age but I could have stayed there for weeks, even with few modern conveniences.. This is a great place to visit and fun for kids - the camp is fantastic but pretty strenuous ( according to my brother). If you love beautiful, pristine places, this is a great choice!
- Also Known As:
- Ojibway Family Lodge Temagami, Ontario