Neawagank Lake has consistently remained the first choice of many of our long-term guests, year after year! It’s a combination of the fishing, the accommodations and the vast water network that keeps bringing serious walleye and northern fishermen back to Neawagank time and time again.
The lake itself is over 21 miles long (8100 acres in size) which translates into 124 km of shoreline, most of which is indented with countless weedy bays and feeder streams. Neawagank Lake is fed by the Pineimuta River, which ensures a continual source of food, oxygen and frigid waters which keep both the walleyes and northerns in an aggressive feeding mood all season long! The lake also boasts dozens of islands.
This is one of our largest camps and is located on a long sandy beach. Neawagank is ideally suited for large groups of 6-10.