Fishing, boating, hunting and the northern lights? There are only a few places in Alberta where you can cross off your entire summer bucket list in one place and Andrew Lake Lodge and Camps is extra special.

Located as far north as you can get while still remaining in the province, this unique escape is where outdoorsy Canadians can breathe deep, sleep tight and wind all the way down – the only catch? You’ll have to climb aboard a seaplane to get there.

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Far removed from the hustle and bustle of Southern Alberta, this rugged oasis is surrounded by trees, water, beaches and nothing else – meaning you can’t just drive up to one of their cabins. 

Instead, they offer their fly-in services as part of an all-inclusive package which can be personalized based on your favourite activity.

From your accommodations, food and cooking utensils, to a satellite phone and boat use, their 2-night bundle pretty much includes everything you’ll need to have a good time, and they’re relatively affordable – not bad, right?


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Depending on where you’ll be departing and how long you’ll be staying, prices range from $1,395 to $4,195 per person, so check it out.

For more information about when to visit and how to book your trip, you can visit their website below.

You might just have the best time of your life.


Where: Andrew Lake Lodge and Camps, Alberta
Instagram: @andrewlakelodge