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Cabin Falls EcoLodge

About The Cabin

Cabin Falls

Located on the first falls south of Katherine (Divide) Lake on the Lady Evelyn River (now the Lady Evelyn-Smoothwater Wilderness Park), Cabin Falls is Canada’s most unique wilderness eco-lodge retreat.

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Cabin Falls History

Nestled in a pristine setting, surrounded by 250 year old-growth pine forests and perched over a 10-meter waterfall, Cabin Falls EcoLodge is one of the most unique rustic lodges in Canada. The original log cabin was built for a group of American sportsmen in 1930 by the Temea Augama Anishnabe, the First Nations People of the Temagami area from Bear Island.

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Your Hosts

Cabin Falls Ecolodge is owned and managed by well-known Canadian adventurers, Hap and Andrea Wilson. With decades of wilderness tripping experience, these two expert guides have shared a love and passion for Temagami since their first meeting many, many years ago. Having graced the covers and pages of many…

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Cabin Falls Ecolodge – Mailing Address

1141 Crawford St.

Rosseau, Ontario

P0C 1J0

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Statement of Environmental Integrity

Environmental Integrity, Sustainability & Wellness:

In today’s busy world where the standard of living seems to be a paramount objective, we often inadvertently compromise our quality of life. Clean air; clear, palatable water; an intact natural environment, are all necessary elements for sustainable life.


As co-founders of the environmental group EARTHROOTS in 1986, we endeavor to remain true to our beliefs that without a strong environment, we lack the inclination to live within our means. There is no question that Cabin Falls is situated in one of Canada’s most beautiful locations, pristine as well as sensitive to disturbance. We have attempted to leave as modest a footprint as possible, blending the ecolodge with the surrounding terrain in colour and design. A great deal of our building materials have been obtained from recycled lumber or sustainably managed forests. We use green products as much as possible and have all of our refuse and recyclables flown out of the park for proper disposal.


We aren’t perfect, by any means, and do rely on the local air service for transportation in and out of the lodge. We do offer the option of paddling in or out of the lodge from two different park access points, spending an overnight along the way, a two-day, 35 kilometer trip by canoe. Cabin Falls Ecolodge is powered by a combination solar and water-power system. Our drinking water is drawn from a pure spring, borne out of the old-growth pine forest. Fishing for natural brook trout is encouraged, using barbless hooks and a ‘catch-and-release’ technique.


Our menu at the lodge is often prepared using organic foods and a mind to healthy living. All of our activities focus on personal well-being and a relationship with the unique natural environment; we are located in one of the largest remaining ancient forests; matched with the beauty of the falls, it is a perfect place for re-connection, solitude, meditation and renewal.

Adventures and Retreats

Family and Private Retreats


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Executive Retreats


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Seasonal Breakdown


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What to Bring


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Latest Updates

Whitewater Clinic Added To 2018 Schedule

We’ve set the 2018 dates for our annual whitewater/canoeing clinic at Cabin Falls. Learn whitewater skills, expedition travelling and survival, and more. This is a great primer to get you prepared to tackle any river. Limited space!...

Whitewater Clinic Added To 2017 Schedule

We’ve set the 2017 dates for our annual whitewater/canoeing clinic at Cabin Falls. Learn whitewater skills, expedition travelling and survival, and more. This is a great primer to get you prepared to tackle any river. Limited space!  ...

Cabin Falls at OAS-Toronto

Meet your Cabin Falls hosts, Hap and Andrea, at their Cabin Falls Ecolodge booth (#428) at the Toronto Outdoor Adventure Show this FEBRUARY 24, 25 & 26, 2017 at the INTERNATIONAL CENTRE, where Hap is also a featured speaker. He will be speaking on the subject his......