About Hideaway Lodge
86 years of Northwestern Ontario fishing
Established in 1929, Hideaway Lodge was the first licensed camp on Clearwater (Burditt) Lake. Originally the only way to get onto the Clearwater/Pipestone chain, our driveway served as a portage; the spot where our old woodshed stood served as a horse barn to carry canoes, motors, lumber, and supplies for anyone heading up the lake.
Over the years, the various owners accumulated two outpost cabins, one on Pipestone, and one on lower Manitou. The Pipestone outpost still belongs to Hideaway Lodge, but the Manitou Outpost was sold off. We acquired the West Jackfish outpost in 1999. There are no more original buildings left on the property, though part of Cabin 2 once served as a shower/laundry room. The prettiest spot on the lake with a natural sand beach, Hideaway Lodge is still a great place to spend your Canadian holiday even after all these years!
Hideaway Lodge has been a favorite destination for Northwestern Ontario fishing enthusiasts for over 80 years. Join us on Clearwater Lake to see why!