Things to note before your trip to Davin Lake Lodge
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All booked guests are required to bring their own MASKS for use in camp and a pillow & blanket for their stay. If bedding is forgotten, DLL will provide clean bedding.
Pilots will need to confirm, prior to arrival, if bedding needs to be provided.
All beds will have a fresh triple sheet layer.
24 hrs before leaving your home for the trip, visit Saskatchewan.ca to complete the Covid Self-Assessment. Click the button below to complete
If unable to travel, contact Danica via email below or text 780-870-5684 or call and leave message on the camp phone at 306-700-5821
Optional: Download the app AVENZA Maps. It is a FREE offline lake map that allows you to use GPS without a cellular signal. Select the Wathaman map to download. Can be very useful while on the lake..you show up as a blue dot and it will track your movements on the lake. Please do this prior to arriving in camp as the wifi data amount is limited.
Download any other apps or data prior to leaving as there is no streaming in camp due to limited data and hours for wifi.
On the way...Great place to stop for tackle is at the Lake Country Co-Op Gas Bar and Pro Tackle Shop on 2nd Avenue in Prince Albert. Its a busy little place but it has a huge selection of tackle!
Before Leaving La Ronge, text or email to say you are starting on the North road.
While in La Ronge, you can stop at Robertson Trading Post on La Ronge Avenue along the shore line. It is an iconic store that offers plenty of handcrafts, gifts and treasures.
Churchill River Bridge at Missinpe. Go across the bridge and pullout to the right or left into the campground. You can park, use your cell phone, have a bathroom and beverage break then walk the bridge to admire the raging river. In the spring and summer you may be lucky enough to witness a boat running up the rapids, or catch canoers riding down the river. Also in summer, there are many people who jump OFF the bridge into the river below...I myself have not seen anyone purposefully jump off the bridge.