Following the cliché, there are Yukon Lodges, and then there is the Grizzly Creek Fishing Lodge Yukon Canada. Grizzly Creek Lodge is one of a kind and offers a remote luxury rarely found anywhere.
Grizzly Creek Lodge is owned by David and Reggie O’Farrell and is located on the shores of Toobally Lake in Yukon Canada. The only way to get to the Lodge is by float plane from the town of Watson Lake Canada.
The Lodge and its cabins were built by the O’Farrells themselves in the middle of this pristine forrest. Each building was built using local logs and building materials many of which were cut on location.
But rustic is not a word that is rarely spoken at Lake Toobally. Each cabin has all the comforts of home such as electricity, wood heat, and a full bath facility. The main lodge has a full kitchen and a living area that is always calling you for an afternoon nap in an overstuffed chair next to the wood fire.
The kitchen is an inviting place and always smells of home cooked meals and delicious baked bread. For a real treat ask Reggie to prepare some of her famous sourdough pancakes.
During the day the guides are happy to prepare a fresh shore lunch using some of that mornings catch. If you have never had fresh fish prepared over an open fire you will never want fish prepared any other way. Imagine sitting back enjoying the fish you just caught in the morning while overlooking Toobally Lake with all its beauty. If you are lucky you might even see a moose or one of the other local residents.
Speaking of residents, there are no other lodges on lake Toobally and I think I mentioned the only way in is by float plane. This lake is all yours for your entire stay. Other than the 2 boats we have at the lodge there are no other boats or fishermen on the water.
If you are looking for the best remote Canadian Fishing Lodge then a stay with Grizzly Creek Lodge will spoil you. If you have been to other remote Fishing Lodges in the Yukon then you will wonder why it took you so long to find Grizzly Creek Fishing Lodge Yukon Canada!