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A majority of the population of McGregor Bay are members of cottage country. Many of the islands are dotted with quaint little cottages that are inhabited from April until late fall by fisherman and boaters. A weekend trip will provide you with some great scenery and good wildlife. Destinations on this water are a plenty.
Any island without a cottage is Queensland, so feel free to stealth camp and do some swimming because she will never know. Fires are often a no-no and depending on your location and distance from sizable islands you may have to follow bear guidelines.
Regardless, no matter how much time you have to spend...from days to weeks. This is a great destination for some quiet distance paddling. There are some great charts available at local stores and a few online maps that can show you the basics.
For a remote paddle on small water this is your place to go. Be sure to pack a camera and reel as you will see beaver, otters, loons, terns, osprey, deer, bald and golden eagles, and plenty of fish. You may even luck out and see a moose or bear if you are early in the spring or late in the fall.
If you wish to paddle it all, it will definately take a few days. If you wish to make a contact in the great north prior to the trip please email me and I will provide contacts.