Eco-Touring

The forest surrounding Nabess Park is made up of mostly spruce trees. A guide will show you the best paths and places to bird-watch, sight-see, and take photos, while making sure you’re safe at the same time.

Swimming

The lake right beside the park is also perfect for swimming in the summer. It has some of the clearest waters out there, and contrary to what you might think, in the summer the water is quite warm. The shoreline is made up of round, smooth, white rocks, and when coupled with the setting sun, makes for outstanding photos off the dock.

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Local Caves

If you would like to explore the surrounding area, there’s a local attraction down the road known as the caves. It’s a large crop of stones and ledges by the lake that you can walk through. Take the safe route and follow the trail, or put on your hiking pants and climb through the rocks and onto ledges and beneath the ground. Have a break on the shore or take photos of the amazing view atop the rocks.

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Fishing

The park has a dock you can fish from, along with a free to use boat launch. Fishing trips are accompanied by a guide and one of our boats. Pike is the most abundant species in the Cormorant Lake. Any fish you catch will be packaged and frozen, or cooked fresh at a shore lunch.

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Hunting

It can be dangerous to walk around an unfamiliar forest while hunting, therefore one of our friendly guides will accompany anyone who wishes to hunt. They will show you the best spots for hunting, setting traps, and baiting. Guides are also able to cut and package any meat or skins that have been caught.

You’re required to bring your own guns to hunt, but if you need ammo there are local ammunition stores. Hunting trips can last 1-6 days depending on the game. Extra days can be booked on request. Check out the rates page to see the packages we have to offer.

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