Bringing a non-fishing companion with you to Red River? Just want to give the trout a day to relax? The Deboullie Township offers some great opportunities for hiking and sightseeing. Deboullie Mountain's historic fire tower (it's certified on the National Historic Lookout Register) is a must-hike for anyone with an inclination to see the sights. In addition to the mountain trails, Deboullie also offers an expanse of historic roads that criss-cross some beautiful country. A few notable sights include cliffs, rock slides, ice caves, and even a beach. Over the past five years, the Bureau of Parks and Lands has expanded the hiking opportunities in the township to well over 30 miles of trails.
For paddling enthusiasts, Deboullie offers a rich assortment of lakes and ponds to explore, from small ponds surrounded by cliffs to wind-swept lakes over a mile long and 300 acres in size.
Red River keeps Old Town canoes and sport boats on each pond in the township for our guests' exclusive use, and we also have Old Town recreational kayaks. Paddles, anchors, and PFD's are also included in your stay.
Deboullie is home to a host of wildlife, from bears and moose to fishers, pine marten, and mink. We have goldeneyes, mallards, mergansers, black ducks and loons on our ponds, and eagles, falcons, and hawks in the sky. In 2009, we had a den of foxes on the edge of the Camp yard, and one of them still enjoys coming back to play.