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Explore the Wonders of a Paradise on Reindeer Lake

Spend quality time with the people closest to your heart at Nordic Lodge on Reindeer Lake, Saskatchewan. We offer a wide variety of activities that you and your loved ones will surely enjoy, such as boating, fishing, cooking and more.

Cabins at Nordic Lodge

Our cabins are cozy and comfortable. Each private cabin has hot water, flush toilets, showers, electricity, fridge, stove, cooking utensils, dishes and other various items that will make you feel at home.  Linens and bedding are provided and there is a barbecue on every doorstep. The cabins can accommodate 1 to 11 people and meet most group's needs.

What to Bring to Nordic Lodge

  • Fishing Tackle
    • 14 to 17-Pound Test for Lake Trout and Northern Pike
    •  6 to 10-Pound Test for Arctic Grayling and Walleye
    •  Your Favorite Fishing Lures 
  • Alcoholic Beverages
  • Personal Items
  • Medications
  • Warm Clothes
  • Cameras
  • Sunglasses
  • Rain Gear and Waterproof Footwear
  • Hats
  • Gloves
  • Coolers (to take home fish)
  • Flashlights 
  • Refillable Water Bottle

    Note: Live fish, minnows or eggs are not allowed as bait in Saskatchewan. Spoons, plugs or spinners have all been used successfully on Reindeer Lake. Bring your favorite lures as they will most likely work well for you here.

Travelling to Nordic Lodge

We are located 135 miles (217 kilometers) northeast of La Ronge on Highway 102, an all-weather road. The first 20 miles (32 kilometers) are paved, while the rest is gravel-surfaced. While it is not a superhighway, it is easily passable with a sedan or station wagon with a little caution (most of our guests actually choose to travel this way). A 4-wheel drive vehicle is not necessary for this road.

Gas is available at Mile 81 (130 kilometers) (McLennan Lake) and Mile 136 (218 kilometers) (Reindeer Lake Service, Southend). 

Air Travel Information 

Air Canada, WestJet, Delta, United and many other airlines have daily flights to Saskatoon and Regina.  Many of our guests rent a car in Saskatoon, buy their groceries if needed and drive to Nordic Lodge (approximate driving time is 7 hours).

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