Fall is the season of coming together, to make memories and share stories with family & friends. What better place to bond over food and laughter than in the great expanse of wilderness in Loring-Restoule.
Connect with those you love in a region that makes it easy to disconnect from technology. The breathtaking views of waterway set against the backdrop of vibrant fall colours, create wonderful photography opportunities. This region with its large areas of undeveloped shoreline, and vast forests create a stunning canvas for the brilliant mix of colour that is fall.
With over 40 miles of waterway the Pickerel River and surrounding lakes, are a gem to explore by boat, kayak, or canoe, don’t forget your fishing gear, fall is an exceptional time for catching fish.
The area has many hiking trails and forest access roads to explore on foot, both Grundy Lake Provincial Park & Restoule Provincial Park are located in this region. Due to our large expanse of wilderness, there are endless opportunities to view wildlife, most often spotted are white tailed deer, moose, and red fox.
Fall is the time for family, for comfy socks & sweaters, reading or swapping stories around the fire, and large mugs of tea or hot chocolate. Children will find joy in jumping in fresh piles of autumn leaves, enjoying a campfire under a blanket of brilliant stars at night, and the endless opportunity to explore the natural world. The many resorts & lodges of the Loring-Restoule region, are known for playing host to family reunions, holiday traditions and large group getaways.
The crisp fresh air in Loring-Restoule, combined with invigorating outdoor activity is sure to work up an appetite; Lost Channel Restaurant, Jakes Place Restaurant & Roxies Diner cook, down -home fare and serve it up with legendary Northern Hospitality.
Escape to the great outdoors, and enjoy the comradery of family and friends, over home cooked or locally prepared meals. Whether it is breaking bread with family or watching the big game on TV, the memories and connection will keep you coming back for more to the region known for its warmth and hospitality.