Stokely Creek Lodge is located in the heart of the Algoma Highlands, just north of the U.S. border in Goulais River, Ontario Canada, near the shores of North America’s largest freshwater lake, Lake Superior.
During the winter months, Stokely consistently has ideal snow conditions for cross-country skiing and snowshoeing boasting over 100 kilometers (62 miles) of well-groomed trails that traverse to the highest peaks of King Mountain and cross the valleys abundant with creeks and lakes below.
In the spring and summer months after the snow melts, the highlands become a hive of activity as colourful wildflowers bloom, wild berries begin to ripen and a diversity of wildlife can be seen going about their daily routines. As fall sets in, the entire highlands burst into brilliant hues of yellow, orange, and red to compliment the evergreens as maple, oak, birch and a variety of other trees begin to shed their annual growth of leaves. There is no better way to experience all that these seasons have to showcase than biking and hiking Stokely’s trails.
Word of mouth is Stokely’s best marketing with happy guests returning year after year to build on cherished memories, often returning with friends and family for another opportunity to get away from it all for a few days. You can ski, snowshoe, hike or bike for hours and not see anyone on Stokely’s extensive well-maintained trails as you enjoy the comfortable accommodations and atmosphere with fine homemade meals.