To hear the loons calling across the misty morning stillness of Lottit Lake (50 KM from Thunder Bay) brings a sense of peace and comfort—a nice start to a busy day at Eagle’s Cove. Before COVID-19 NorthWind held children, teen and family camps during the summer and youth retreats in the spring and fall. We trust these will happen again.
Eagle’s Cove provides opportunities to enjoy canoeing, swimming, fishing, archery, hiking and rock climbing, a challenging game of paintball or a quiet space for conversation as they work on a craft. As winter sets in, we prepare for skating, hockey, ice fishing, and snow shoeing. The smell of campfire is in the air and someone is preparing tea for everyone. If there are elders around, you just might get a piece of bannock.
There’s nothing like getting away into the bush, enjoying a paddle on the lake or taking in the crackle of an evening campfire…
NorthWind is honoured to partner with Indigenous nations, tribal councils, and communities to help support their youth while they are in Thunder Bay.
Building a sacred community of hope and healing.
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Thunder Bay, ON P7E 1B3
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Thunder Bay, ON P7E 1A9