Morris Lake is a large body of water, 4400 acres in size, and it is stretched out with numerous bays and points, giving it a long shoreline of 74 km with lots of space for the walleye and northern to thrive. There are also several islands.
You can move quickly to walleye or northern waters, both close to the camp. This lake leans more to northern for the avid pike fisherman, but there are plenty of walleye to distract you. There is ample room for eight people at this camp, with three bedrooms and a large living area for your comfort.
Shore lunch locations abound and offer a nice break to your day. A large sandy beach lies in front of the cabin for those hardy souls who may want to swim in the cool waters of this fishing mecca.