Blue Fox Camp



Blue Fox Camp and Blue Fox Outpost are located on Kirkpatrick (Blue) Blue Lake in the Algoma Highlands of northern Ontario.

Kirkpatrick Lake is approximately 50 kms north of Hwy 17 on Lake Huron’s north channel.

The closest major town is Blind River, located:
– 1.5 hours from Sault Ste Marie
– 2 hours from Sudbury
– 5.5 hours from Toronto
– 6.5 hours from Detroit

How to get here

Blue Fox Camp can be accessed by land, sea and air.

Floatplane access from Blind River

There are two floatplane airbases in Blind River, Lauzon Aviation and Timberwolf Air. Both offer a 20 minute flight for 1-4 people and gear and landing directly on Blue Lake. A floatplane trip over the Algoma Highlands is an experience not be missed. Wildlife sightings, hundreds of lakes, mountain ranges, and unspoiled wilderness are packed into the short flight, all navigated by a friendly wilderness pilot with a vast knowledge of the area.

We can help to arrange flights with the air service.

Trail access

Once off Hwy 546 or Hwy 529 north of Iron Bridge, there is a network of logging roads and trails that allows you to access Blue Fox by ATV, mountain bike, snowmobile, or hiking. This way into Blue Fox is an adventure in itself, and is recommended only for those who have wilderness experience. If you are interested in accessing Blue Fox through the trail system, email us at or call 1 519 265 7756.

Atv trout fishing

Canoe access

Although not a common option for getting into Blue Lake, a canoe trip into Blue Fox through the Little White River is an excellent way to combine canoe tripping with wilderness luxury accommodations. Approximately two days in length, your stay at Blue Fox gives you countless options:

  • Use Blue Fox as a base for canoe-tripping to hundreds of possible lakes and rivers within a day’s travel
  • Use Blue Fox as a way to refresh your batteries, before continuing north to the Blue Lake Canoe Circuit
  • Store the canoe for a few days and enjoy our modern fleet of boats and motors while exploring, fishing, and enjoying the Blue Lake System
canoe trout