Well, a day trip from Douglas Lake to Onnie Lake may be it. Travel up Onnie Creek through Spider Lake. Pull over beaver dams, walk around rapids, scrape over the rocks and catch a new view around each bend. Go by canoe for a quiet trip into our beautiful boreal forest or drive a small boat up the creek. Fishing along the way is fine. You will want to stop in Spider Lake for a bit of fishing for northern and walleye. This creek is an entrance to Woodland Caribou Wilderness Provincial Park. This can be a nature photography adventure into the northern boreal forest. Be quiet and maybe you will come upon a moose eating water lilies or a mother duck with her brood. Once in Onnie Lake, check the cliffs where the turkey vultures nest and catch some walleye for your lunch on Shorelunch Island.
This trip creates memories that last a life time. Just ask the adventurers who have gone this way!
This trip up Onnie Creek can be part of a three day canoe trip which takes a circle route ending at Viking Island Lodge. For more information on this trip go to Canoe from Viking Island.