About Deluxe camp

Deluxe Camp has been serving anglers and the more adventurous holidaymakers for over 50 years.

Over that time, there have only been four owners. It's an example of the old-school, family owned fishing/holiday camp. Run by the owners like a large, extended family. Treat the guests as if they are family.

Jay and Linda are the most recent owners, and they carry on the "family" tradition. Both Jay and Linda are proper northerners. Jay's from Sudbury and Linda from Kapuskasing. Jay's mining background taught him the value of hard work, and his later years working in the high-tech industry ensures that he and the camp are up to date.

Linda believes that for a camp to be of value to guests, there must be order and cleanliness. She makes sure the guests are never disappointed.

Jay and Linda could have done something different, however, as Jay's passion is fishing and neither of them felt it was the time to put up their feet, they purchased Deluxe Camp. Their goal is to have safe, clean and comfortable place to vacation and keep it affordable. They chose this lifestyle, all they want to do, is help others to have the time of their lives.


Sixteen acres

Lots of land to walk around.

450 feet of shoreline

This is how every cottage gets its waterfront view.

Children's playground

A nice place the kids can go play outside.

Swimming pool

Large 20 x 40 foot from 3' to 6' Deep.

Bonfire area

Enjoy yourself around a nice campfire.

Fish cleaning hut

My pride and joy fish cleaning facility.

Camp store

You can buy clothing, bait, ice, etc.

Lending library

Books and games for more fun.

Safe, level, play area

Large lawn for games and teather ball.

Each cottage has

  • Propane barbecue
  • Microwave
  • Satellite TV
  • Linens

Kitchen equipment - fridge and stove, coffee maker, toaster, dishes, glasses, cutlery, utensils, pots and pans, dish soap.

Linens - pillows, bed linens, blankets, dish towels.


Notes

Please bring your own bath and hand towels and personal items such as shampoo and soap.

You can bring your own DVD/Media player or gaming machine (bring the cable too).

Pool and Playground are UNSUPERVISED. Please watch your children.



Interesting Things To See And Do

Science North, Sudbury

An internationally renowned science centre offering hands on exhibits encouraging visitors to play and explore. Also includes an IMAX theatre and virtual voyages exhibit.

Sturgeon River House

Sturgeon River House is a scenic and historic site of the fur trade as it was carried out by the Hudson Bay Company. 34 miles from camp. Yesterday and today with Canada's trappers.

Golf courses

An internationally renowned science centre offering hands on exhibits encouraging visitors to play and explore. Also includes an IMAX theatre and virtual voyages exhibit.

Big Nickel Mine, Sudbury

Go underground and see how Canada's rich resources are recovered.

Mashkinonge Provincial Park

Mashkinonge Provincial Park offers 10 scenic trails and is located 12 miles from camp.

Shopping centers in North Bay and Sudbury

Within 30 and 45 miles from camp - featuring major Canadian department stores.

The Chief Commanda II

Cruise ship sailing from North Bay daily across Lake Nipissing to historical French River and Dokis Indian Reserve.

Hiking Trails

Go underground and see how Canada's rich resources are recovered.

Logging camp exhibit, marten river

Canada's lumberjacks - how it was.