Sasa-Ginni-Gak Lodge — an unforgettable wilderness experience with family & friends.

Sas Lodge offers great opportunities for exploring nature. The lake offers plenty of shoreline to explore. There are a few wonderful beaches for the kids to swim and play. Hiking the trail to the fire tower offers an expansive view of the lake from a great vantage point. You are likely to see birds, wildlife and if your lucky enough you may spot some of the Sasaginnigak herd of woodland caribou that live on Sasaginnigak! Ask the friendly staff at Sasa-Ginni-Gak Lodge to point you in the right direction to start an incredible adventure.

Sasa-Ginni-Gak Hiking

Hiking & Trails

Sasa-ginni-gak is an Ojibwe word meaning “many ways to go”. This is very true as there are many areas to explore and enjoy the pristine forest and lakes.

Sasa-Ginni-Gak Nature

Boreal Forest

Sasaginnigak Lake is located in Atikaki Provincial Wilderness Park. It is one of eight wilderness parks in the province. It can only be accessed by float plane or canoe. The park was created in 1985 and protects an area of boreal forest, granite shield and wilderness rivers. Forestry and mining are prohibited in the park.

Sasa-Ginni-Gak Exploring

Three Rivers

Sasaginnigak has three rivers, one entering and two flowing from the lake. These connect to the Bloodvein River which is a designated Canadian Heritage River, extremely popular for wilderness canoeing.

Sasa-Ginni-Gak Rock Drawings

Cultural Significance

Sasaginnigak has great cultural significance with thousands of years of use by Aboriginal people as an area for fishing, hunting and a travel route for the fur trade. Prehistoric red ochre rock paintings can be found on the lake and Sasaginnigak Rivers.

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