Just like the Albany river to the south, the Attawapiskat has a rich and
varied history. It's a true watery highway that serves the Canadian
shield area of the Kenora district and flows unimpeded for 748
kilometers east through the Hudson’s Bay lowlands into James Bay. The
area features a number of historical treasures. There are: ancient
Indian communities dating back to 3000 BC and fur-trading sites from the
beginning of the 1800s that led to exploration of the north. Camp is
located on a widening of the river called Beteau Lake and is surrounded
by the new Otoskwin/Attawapiskat Provincial Waterway Park. Because of
this, the camp is protected from future development and will remain in a
pristine state for generations to come. From an angler’s perspective,
it's in a class by itself, - a truly unfished and untouched paradise.The
river teems with large numbers of trophy pike and walleye, and offers an
endless amount of water to explore and fish. For the hunter the area
supports a healthy moose population with many trophy class bulls. You
will also find good levels of black bears, woodland caribou, grey wolves
and bald eagles.
Beteau is a truly magical place.
Come on inside and see what Attawapiskat River Adventures has in store for you!