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Bearskin Lake is a remote fly-in community situated in the northwestern part of Ontario, Canada. It lies within the Kenora District, surrounded by the vast Canadian Shield – an ancient area of exposed rock that covers much of eastern Canada. The surrounding landscape is a mix of boreal forest and lakes.

Fun fact: Bearskin Lake is the traditional territory of the Ojibway people. The community itself was established in the 1920s as a trading post, and it remains an important centre for hunting, trapping, and fishing. If you visit Bearskin Lake, you'll be surrounded by nature and can experience a unique way of life.

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Airports near Bearskin Lake

You have choices when it comes to reaching Bearskin Lake. Here is a selection of 4 airports you can fly to when travelling to Bearskin Lake.

Sioux Lookout Airport

Located approximately 180 km southeast of Bearskin Lake, Sioux Lookout Airport is the closest commercial passenger airport. From there, you can either rent a car or take a connecting flight to Bearskin Lake Airport (XBE), which is a small regional airport serving Bearskin Lake.


Thunder Bay International Airport

Situated around 400 km southwest of Bearskin Lake, Thunder Bay International Airport is another option for travellers. From Thunder Bay, you can either rent a car and drive to Bearskin Lake or take a connecting flight to Sioux Lookout Airport and then proceed to Bearskin Lake.


Winnipeg James Armstrong Richardson International Airport

Located approximately 700 km west of Bearskin Lake, Winnipeg International Airport is a major hub in the region. From Winnipeg, you can either rent a car and drive to Bearskin Lake or take a connecting flight to Sioux Lookout Airport and then proceed to Bearskin Lake.


Red Lake Airport

Although not as close as the previous options, Red Lake Airport is another regional airport that serves the area. It is situated around 400 km northwest of Bearskin Lake. From Red Lake, you can rent a car and drive to Bearskin Lake or take a connecting flight to Sioux Lookout Airport and then proceed to Bearskin Lake.

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Things to do in Bearskin Lake

Discovering the many attractions of Bearskin Lake can be quite a task, so we've narrowed down our top 3:

Pristine Wilderness

Bearskin Lake, located in the heart of Canada, is a haven for nature lovers. This untouched wilderness offers breathtaking views of crystal-clear waters, lush forests, and a diverse array of wildlife. Whether you're an avid hiker, a bird watcher, or simply someone who appreciates the tranquility of nature, Bearskin Lake is sure to captivate your senses and leave you yearning for more.

Fishing Adventures

Bearskin Lake: a fishing paradise! Teeming with walleye, pike, and trout, it's perfect for anglers of all levels. Reel in big catches against the serene lake backdrop for an unforgettable experience.

Cultural Heritage

Bearskin Lake is not just about natural beauty; it's also a place rich in cultural heritage. Home to the Bearskin Lake First Nation, visitors have the opportunity to learn about the traditions, history, and way of life of the indigenous people. Participate in cultural events, explore historical sites, and engage with the local community for a truly immersive cultural experience.