Guys looking for an unironic place to sport their Paul Bunyan beards and buffalo plaid flannel shirts head to Blue Fox Camp. This Northern Ontario fishing lodge, a former logging camp, is a haven for city dwellers yearning for backwoods authenticity and the manly man days of yore.
The journey back in time begins with a six-hour drive to Blind River and a 25-minute flight on a 1956 Beaver float plane. The views are breathtaking as the plane skims the side of a 400-foot Precambrian cliff before swooping onto a 19-kilometre-long aquamarine lake surrounded by a forest of pine and maple trees. It’s desolate and secluded—quintessential Canadian Shield… [read more at TorontoLife.com]