FISH – VACATION – HUNT Walleye, Northern Pike, Smallmouth, Perch Moose Bear, Grouse A very friendly housekeeping camp & campsites for fishermen & families. Cabins and campsites equiped with wireless internet and satelite tv. We are located on a great waterway. We look after you. Come here for good hunting & fishing.

We have fully modern, comfortable cottages facing Portage Bay on Camping Lake, part of the famous ENGLISH RIVER WATER SYSTEM. JR’s is located in an area known for an incredible number of lakes and rivers, surrounded by the great Canadian forest. Four cottages have wheel chair entrances.

Our cottages will accommodate from four to nine persons. They are nicely furnished; private carpeted bedrooms, 3 piece bathroom, gas heat for cool days, electric refrigerators, gas ranges for cooking and we provide all the necessary housekeeping equipment.
We do ask that you bring towels.

Fishing at JR’s Portage Bay Camp

We are off the beaten path, out in the bush country, away from the busy marts of trade. Enjoy the beauty of nature, fall colors, wildlife and birds. Fall is the season to bear and moose hunt. Experience the challenge ~ get your trophy! There are also ducks (and you can combine a duck hunting trip with great fall fishing) or you can take off down some of the many bush roads and get partridge. When you come to hunt bring your fishing tackle and cameras.

Most vacations are all too short. When you visit JR’s you get personal attention every day. We want you to have the best time of your life so that you will continue to come back again and again in future years.

Contact Info

P.O. Box 490

Ear Falls, ON, P0V 1T0

Telephone: (807) 222-2190

Winter phone (807) 222-2134

e-mail: info@jrsportagebaycamp.com


From wherever you are…

From International Falls, Minnesota, clear customs to Fort Frances, Ont. Travel Highway 11 west to the junction of Highway 71 then north on Highway 71 to the Trans-Canada Highway (17).
Turn east on the Trans-Canada to Highway 105 to Vermilion Bay, then north on 105 to Ear Falls, and west on Highway 804 for 10 miles to Camping Lake.

From Fort Frances, travel east on Highway 11 to the junction of 502, north on 502 to Dryden, then west on the Trans-Canada (17) to Vermilion Bay.

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