Argyle Lake Lodge features six fully equipped guest housekeeping
cottages with modern appliances, hot and cold water, showers and
Three of the cottages are large two bedroom log cabins with
additional loft bedrooms.
One cottage is a newer deluxe open concept three bedroom cottage.
One is a small one bedroom cottage and one cottage is an A-frame
with a new addition featuring two bedrooms and a living room.
There is also a main lodge that is a spacious one and a half story
log cabin as the main living quarters for the owner.
There are several other buildings on the property including:
A large workshop, two pole barns, a storage building and generator
Argyle lake lodge is currently operated as a three season drive-in
camp but could be converted to a year round business. It offers an
excellent atmosphere for family vacations, fishing, moose, bear and
grouse hunting. We are miles from our nearest neighbors and are the
only tourist camp on a series of four lakes.
Customers can explore infinite hiking, boating and canoeing
possibilities with many lakes in the area or just relax on our
natural sandy beach. There is access to hundreds of miles of ATV
trails that loop back to the lodge for great riding adventures.
Argyle Lake Lodge is a remote three season drive-in camp located
twenty seven kilometers west of Matachewan with two kilometers of
road access near the end of highway 566.
The lodge is situated on approximately five acres of prime northern
real estate spread along the sandy south shore of Argyle Lake and is
surrounded by crown land. It is located in Argyle Township on Argyle
Lake and is truly a remote wilderness location set in the James Bay
Frontier Bush, with the nearest neighbors being fifteen kilometers
away. For other reference points, Argyle Lake Lodge is eighty
kilometers west of Kirkland Lake and sixty kilometers south east of
Argyle Lake Map
Argyle Lake is a beautiful scenic northern lake. It is divided into
four main sections. There is excellent fishing throughout the entire
lake. With an abundance of bottom features that change from area to
area. There are weed beds, rock beds, lily pads, shoals, fallen
trees and a few deeper areas that are forty feet deep.