Hudson, OntarioMain Lakes in the Area: Lac Seul, Lost Lake, Vermilion Lake.
The community of Hudson is a small community located at the western terminus of Highway 664 and is in the municipality of Sioux Lookout . This small community with a population of about 476 is near beautiful Lac Seul, which is best known for it's fantastic fishing, including great walleye, northern and muskie fishing. Commercial fishing began in the area as early as 1922. Hudson became a transportation hub in 1926 during the Red Lake gold rush. In 1929/1930 Hudson was the busiest freighting airport in North America. Hudson's main industry is tourism. The area is also an important base for houseboat operators.
Hudson's location allows for great hunting and fishing. The area has many resorts and lodges. In summer, many people spend the day fishing, hiking and swimming. In fall, the hunting is great. Many moose, bear and deer live in the area. In winter residents and visitors enjoy ice fishing, snowmobiling and cross country skiing.