Sunset Shores Lodge Keepers Gerald and Jeanne Dumas
We have been blessed with one of the most beautiful locations on the eastern shores of Lake Superior on beautiful Batchewana Bay. We are located at the mouth of the Batchewana River on Highway 17 north, 68 kilometers north of Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario.
Originally built in the 1930's, Sunset Shores was a thriving fishing lodge which soon became a popular family vacation spot nestled among stately pine and maple forests. Imagine the Ojibwe people who inhabited these shores. Here they had their summer gardens, maple syrup and hunted here among our trees. On Batchewana island the voyageurs pulled up their canoes to the trading post which faces our resort. Read the history of this area on our tables in the rec. hall & in our booklet.
but with all of the modern conveniences of home.