The Caribou Camps
FALL CARIBOU - We run three caribou camps in the Manitoba tundra, all within 15 miles of the Nunavut/Manitoba border and all within a 20 mile radius.
No-Name Lake - Our largest camp, with accommodations for up to 14 hunters, seven boats on-site, and access to three portage lakes. It is situated on sprawling No-Name Lake, a large lake in the Manitoba caribou range. The camp is situated at the south end of the lake, near major migration trails. It has a comfortable mini-lodge, central shower house, and eight tent cabins for sleeping. The camp has a generator, electricity, freezers, and free satellite Internet.
Courage Lake - Located 11 miles east by Northeast of No-Name and bordering the Baralazon Ecological Park. This picturesque camp features a comfortable mini-lodge with central shower facilities and four tent cabins for 8 hunters. The camp has a generator, freezers, electricity, and free satellite Internet. There are four boats onsite.
Dyker Lake - Located SE of No-Name, a rustic tent camp designed for do-it-yourself Manitoba resident hunters. The camp has two boats on site. There is a small freezer and generator onsit
Guides - Our guides are licensed by the province of Manitoba. They are required to take courses in Hunters Safety and First Aid and must pass a written exam.
Some are residents of local communities, some established individuals from southern Manitoba. All speak good English, are experienced outdoorsmen, and most have been with us for several years.