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Camp Cherokee

 

Just an hour from Toronto on the north shore of Rice Lake, with some of Ontario's best fishing. Panfish, pickerel (walleye), bass and muskie, we've got 'em all.

 

Contact us:

 

info@campcherokee.ca

 

Camp Cherokee

23 Paudash St

Hiawatha First Nation, ON

Canada K9J 0E6

 

(705) 295-3819

Fax: (705) 295-2932

 

 

 

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Directions to Camp Cherokee

 

From Toronto:
  • Take Hwy. 401 East through Bownmanville to the Hwy. 115 interchage.
  • Follow Hwy. 115 North to Peterborough.
  • Hwy. 115 runs into Hwy. 7 and skirts the southern edge of the City of Peterborough (the Peterborough bypass).
  • Watch for the Bensfort Rd. exit. It's the first right after you cross the Otonabee River bridge.
  • Turn right on Bensfort Rd. and follow it South to County Rd. 2.
  • Turn left on County Rd. 2 and follow it East. Watch for Hiawatha Line.
  • Turn right on Hiawatha Line and follow it south to Rice Lake.
  • At the stop sign, Paudash St., turn right and Camp Cherokee is right there on your left.

  • From the East:
  • Hwy. 401 West to Brighton.
  • North on Northumberland Rd. 30 through Codrington.
  • Turn left at the flashing light on County Road 29 to Warkworth.
  • In Warkworth, turn right onto County Road 25 to Hastings.
  • Cross the Trent River, and at the top of the hill, turn left onto County Road 2.
  • Follow County Road 2 through Keene and watch for Hiawatha Line on the left.
  • Turn left on Hiawatha Line and follow it south to Rice Lake.
  • At the stop sign, Paudash St., turn right and Camp Cherokee is right there on your left.

  • From Ottawa
  • Follow Hwy. 7 West. Just before Peterborough, turn left on Heritage Line to Keene.
  • In Keene, turn right on County Rd. 2 and watch for Hiawatha Line on your left.
  • Turn left on Hiawatha Line and follow it south to Rice Lake.
  • At the stop sign, Paudash St., turn right and Camp Cherokee is right there on your left.

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