Accommodations / The Master Lodge
The Club House at Bakers Narrows Lodge is the central hub of activity at the lodge. Here we serve our guests meals, host conferences, retreats, and provide recreational activity.
Guests congregate in morning for breakfast and evenings for a hearty home-cooked meal, and later are found lounging around the wood burning fireplace, or perhaps the outdoor fire pit. There’s a 9 ft. pool table, ping pong, fuse ball, and poker table for our guest’s entertainment.
The Club House seats up to 100 for a banquet. Often businesses use the this area for their Corporate Retreats/Meetings. They can utilize the sound and video equipment to make their presentations. A small library/office is available for guests to use. Groups renting our cabins may have the use of the Club House kitchen to prepare their own meals if they wish.
Just outside the Club House is a large portico with tables and chairs overlooking the lake & beautiful grounds at Bakers Narrows Lodge.
Accommodations / Log Cottages
Bed configuration varies, with 4 single beds, 2 double beds, or a double bed and 2 single beds. We also have family cottages with a double bed in one bedroom and 4 bunks in the other bedroom. All have a three-piece bathroom with a shower. The kitchenette has dishes for 6, microwave, two-burner stove top, mini fridge, coffee pot, toaster, and a barbecue on the deck. Posturepedic Matresses, carpet, drapery, bedding, towels, furnishings.
Satellite tv | FREE WIFI | Full Kitchenette | Mini Fridge | Coffee Maker | Microwave | Barbecue | Alarm Clock | Covered Porch with Chairs | Full Washroom with Stand Up Shower | Toaster | FREE Vehicle Plug-in
Mid May – October:
Single Occupancy: $164/night
Double Occupancy: $189/night
Triple Occupancy: $219/night
Max Occupany(4): $249/night
Additional Person: $35/night
*Family Cottage Available (Sleeps 6) – *$249 max/night with kids 12 and under.
October – Mid May:
Single Occupancy: $154/night
Double Occupancy: $169/night
Additional Person: $15/night/person
Kids 6 and under stay for FREE
Accommodations / Micro Cottages
Bed Configuration Consists of 1 Double Bed and 1 Single Bed. There are 3 Piece Washrooms in a building adjacent to Cottages.
Accommodations / What to Bring
Accommodations / Customs Information
What to bring and things to know when crossing the border from the USA to Canada and back?
One of the most frequently asked questions by anyone considering a fishing trip with us, or anywhere in Canada, is what should I expect at customs? Or, what kind of tackle should we bring? We have put together the following to help make your trip hassle free.
Important Customs Tips:
Proof of Citizenship
A passport is required. Things have changed since 9/11 so don’t let your trip be ruined, and always pack on the cautious side.
Children under 12 travelling with both parents need only a passport. However, if a child is travelling with only 1 parent, a letter from the other spouse is required, giving permission to bring the child into the country .
As long as you are the legal drinking age you are allowed to bring across one 40oz bottle of hard liquor OR one case of beer without paying duty, you certainly can bring across more, but if you do, remember to be honest in declaring the amount, and be reminded that you will have to pay duty and taxes.
you are allowed to bring across one carton of cigarettes (approximately 200 cigarettes) .. same rules apply as the alcohol if you want to bring across more (be sure to declare it all and you will have to pay the duty and taxes)
Handguns– Are Absolutely Prohibited
also keep in mind that radar detectors are also illegal in Canada
As long as you carry a written rabies vaccine certificate that is dated within the last 6 months you may bring your cat or dog into Canada.
You are breaking the law in Canada if you don’t wear your seatbelt when driving!!!
Most American credit cards and pricipal bank cards are honored in Canada, at Bakers Narrows Lodge we accept Visa & Mastercard. Be sure to call your credit card company to let them know that you will be in Manitoba, Canada. It’s a good idea to mention that you will be staying at Bakers Narrows Lodge. This makes for hassle-free transactions with your credit card when visiting the area.
We always recommend that visitors to Canada obtain “traveler health insurance” before leaving their origin country – you might find that your exisiting coverage is not valid outside your area of residence. Always look into this before you travel. The health care in Canada, hospitals and medical services are excellent, but again rates vary so this is why we suggest “travelers health insurance”. Also if you take medication, be sure to bring it with you as well as a doctor’s prescription renewal in case you were to run out or misplace your medications.
Re-entering the U.S.– 48 Hours Or Less
You may only bring back $25.00 or less into the U.S. duty free. Over 48 hours – As long as you can document your stay in Canada exceeded 48 yours you may bring with you $400.00 in purchases tax free.
Tobacco and Alcohol
If you are eligible for the $400.00 exemption, you may bring back one carton of cigarettes OR 200 cigars regardless of your age. If you are over 21 years of age you may bring back 1 litre (33.8oz) of alcoholic beverage regardless if it is for your own use or as a gift.
Wildlife and Fish
Fish may be imported according to the possession limits shown on your fishing license and Manitoba angler’s guide. You must leave a patch of skin on all fillets, and the fish must be packaged flat (only 2 fillets per package). Your fish has to be transported only by the licensee.
DUI’s are a criminal offence in Canada, and do not expire over time. Contact Pardon Services for ease of access at the border. Customs agents can, and in the past have, turned back visitors to Canada when a DUI shows up on their record. Pardon Services is able to help you get that off your record.
Accommodations / Travel
Air and Road Travel to Bakers Narrows Lodge
- Road Travel – Bakers Narrows Lodge is also accessible by road. Good highway from Winnipeg, Prince Albert and Saskatoon – travel time from Winnipeg is 7 hours, from Saskatoon 5 hours. and Prince Albert 4 hours. For directions see map below or call the Lodge at 1-866-603-6390.
Get to your Ultimate Canadian Fishing Spot in Manitoba, Flin Flon Airport info, Commercial Airline, Map & Directions from Winnipeg and Saskatoon
- Commercial Airlines – The Flin Flon Airport is served by one scheduled air carrier – Calm Air who conducts daily scheduled flights from Winnipeg into the Flin Flon Airport. Calm Air local phone number is (204) 687-7453.
- Free Shuttle – We offer a free shuttle from the Flin Flon airport to our lodge just ½ mile away.
- Airport Location – The Flin Flon Airport is located 1/2 mile from Bakers Narrows Lodge and 20 kilometers southeast of the city of Flin Flon.
- Private/Corporate Aircrafts – The Flin Flon airports identifier is CYFO. The largest aircraft to use the Airport is a Boeing 737. In addition, the airport serves both private and commercial operations and serves as a tanker base for Ministry of Natural Resources Water Bombers.
- GPS co-ordinates – N 54.40.6 W 101.39.6
- Airport Operating Conditions – The Flin Flon Airport is operational 24 hours per day, 7 days per week and is capable of supporting both day and night VFR and IFR operations. The airport terminal building is open from 6:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. Sunday to Friday and 6:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Saturdays.
- Airport Operations – The airport consists of one runway (5,000 x 150 feet) and a joining taxiway and main apron (300 x 400 feet). The runway (18-36) is constructed of asphalt and is capable of supporting aircraft up to Boeing 737 size. The airport Phone Number is (204) 687-7447.
- Terminal – The airport has one main air terminal building providing space for airline, car rental, airport operations and general public use.
- Staff – Flin Flon Airport has operational staff on site 5:30 a.m. to 9:30 p.m. Sunday to Friday and 5:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. Saturdays. The staff provide general airfield maintenance including snow removal and grass cutting, weather observations, fueling and de-icing of aircraft.