Our water shuttles allow access to Woodland Caribou Provincial Park through the west side of Red Lake.
Our 22’ shuttle boat with custom canoe rack and 200HP motor features room for up to 8 people and 4 canoes.
Water shuttles depart from our dock in Howey Bay, Red Lake (across from our outfitting shop), and take you on a 35 km ride across scenic Red Lake to the west end of Trout Bay.
This option provides access to a seldom-used area of the park and offers the chance to see and learn a little more about the history of Red Lake.
In addition to transportation, we also offer interpretive water tours of Red Lake for those interested in spending a few hours exploring and learning about the area.
See ancient pictographs, a historic Hudson Bay Post, abandoned mining sites, interesting geological formations, and even the west end historical museum—a true gem accessed only by water.
These interpretive tours can also be included in a water shuttle to begin your trip!
Park Access Shuttle
|Douglas Lake Access Point (via Red Lake)||$295.00|
|Douglas Lake Access Point Shuttle Including Interpretive Tour||$425.00|
Interpretive Lake Tours
|2 Hour Tour||$300.00|
|4 Hour Tour (Includes Lunch)||$525.00|
|8 Hour Tour||Please contact us for rates|
All water shuttle and interpretive tour rates are based on a party of 4. For each additional person, please add $45.
Shuttle seats up to 8 people and 4 canoes per trip.
Average time to access point at Douglas Lake portage is 1 hour. Distance is 35 km.
Shuttle is accessed from the docks, across the road from our outfitting shop.
Due to the high cost of fuel in the north, shuttles may be subject to a fuel surcharge.