Lac Seul Floating Lodges is based in Hudson, Ontario - a small town with a big welcome for tourists from all over the world.

Picturesque Lac Seul has in excess of 3,300 miles of shoreline. Its pure clear waters are dotted with many islands, bays and inlets offering safe parking for the house boater. Lac Seul offers excellent fishing all year where anglers will find Walleye (Pickerel), Northern Pike, Bass, Muskellunge (catch and release only), and Perch with Lake Trout accessible.

Fifteen miles away there are a brand new hospital (opened 2010), a medical clinic, a dentist and ambulance services including a stand-by air ambulance on call 24 hours/7days a week able to fly to major medical centres.

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Map to Lac Seul Floating Lodges

From the U.S.A.

Make your way to International Falls, Minnesota, and cross the border to Fort Frances, Ontario. Take Highway 11 east to Manitou Road (502). Go north on this road to Highway 17 and then east to Highway 72.

In Canada

Follow local highways until you reach the Trans Canada Highway (Highway 17). Follow highway 17 towards Dryden until you reach Highway 72.


Proceed north on Highway 72 and then turn west onto Highway 664. This takes you straight into the town of Hudson. Once in Hudson, after you pass the Liquor Store on your right, turn right at the intersection and you will see the lake. Follow the road to our office on the waterfront.

The flying public is served by nearby Sioux Lookout Airport. Some airport features include:

  • A 5000 foot paved and lighted runway.
  • Flight Service Station providing 24 hour/7 day on-site weather, flight planning and advisory service.
  • Hanger space and repair facilities.
  • Extended term parking and tie-downs.
  • JA-1 with FSll fuel and Av gas provided by Morgan Aviation Fuels.
  • NDB and GPS IFR approaches.