Spruce Island Camp has been in operation since 1967. It has been continually owned and managed by members of the George Mead
family. Current owners and managers are Harv & Janna Mead Sadlovsky. Our season runs from May through October each
year. We continually strive to upgrade our cabins and facilities for your enjoyment, comfort and convenience.
in the quiet bays near camp you will find walleye, northern, smallmouth bass and trophy muskies. A shorelunch featuring freshly
caught fish could be one of the highlights of your trip. Your fish will be kept, without charge, in our big freezer until your
Hunting is also available for non-residents and residents. Deer, fall bear hunt and moose are found on the Aulneau
Peninsula (primitive weapons only). The surrounding islands are available for hunting with rifles to non-residents and resident
hunters. Duck and grouse hunting are also available. Contact us for the current regulations regarding hunting and firearms
Cabins are fully furnished with twin beds, all linens, dishes and appliances. All cabins have extra refrigerators
on screened in porches and all cabins have outside decks with charcoal grills.
Daily Rates on:
Modified American Plan: Cabin, dinner in lodge each evening. May, Jun, Sep.
Housekeeping Plan: Cabin - all dishes, utensils, towels
and bedding. May, Jun, Sep, Oct.
Weekly Rate: Availalble only in July & August. Fully furnished cabin
except bath towels.
Guests can be picked up by camp launch in Morson, Ontario or Kenora, Ontario. You can also bring in your own
boat and either navigate the waters or follow our boat in if we are picking up other guests. We do rent 16' fishing boats with
20 hp motors if you do not have your own boat.
Morson, Ontario is located approximately 30 miles from Baudette, MN on Hwy 621.
Kenora, Ontario is at the north end of Lake of the Woods and is about an hour boat trip to camp. You can also fly to International
Falls, MN via Northwest Airlink and take a cab/van to Morson (about 90 miles).
Early morning mist at Spruce Island