PETERSON’S POINT LAKE LODGE – 65°20’52″N 114°1’55″W
Situated on the south west shore of Point Lake, Peterson’s Point Lake Lodge lies in the unique transition zone where the treeline subsides to the barrens. Fly-in 200 miles from the nearest city, Yellowknife, Northwest Territories to see stunted forests grow in sheltered areas and valleys until they merge with the rolling hills of the barrens. This unique eco-system provide a rich environment for many migratory animals, birds and fish species.
Peterson’s Point Lake Lodge has been serving guests since the 1980’s. They go to great lengths to ensure every guest has a memorable, remarkable experience. Trophy fish are aplenty. Wildlife migrations, breathtaking. Bring your fishing rod or DSLR, Peterson’s Team brings the expertise and service to ensure your visit is spectacular. Their guides are experts in the land, providing exceptional service, safety, and experience.
Our lodge is open during the summer and autumn months only – up here near the Arctic Circle that means July through mid. September.
In addition to our main lodge with dining area and common lounge there are three private suites and two shared guest cabins that comfortably accommodate 14 people – a perfect retreat after a day of fishing, photo-shooting or hiking to one of the many breath-taking vantage points. Satisfying home cooked meals are complimented with northern cuisine, locally smoked trout, wild blueberries and cranberries are regularly incorporated into daily offerings.
– Dining Room
– Common Area with Northern Library
– Sauna & Shower
– 16′ Aluminum Boats
Fishing, wildlife/nature viewing, hiking/walking, photography
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“The Peterson Lodge is such a unique experience it is hard to describe to people who have never been to the big north much less the tundra. It is truly a trip we will remember forever. As I said to Amanda when we arrived back in Yellowknife, we went up as customers, we returned as family sharing hugs with everyone. So special!!”
Joe Horler 2018 PPLL Guest