About Us

Our History

Two Moon Point was one of the first tourist properties in the region. Located on the Unceded Territory of the Algonquin People who have called the area home for hundreds of years, it was the location of a private fish and hunt club where America sportsmen in the 1920’s would travel here by steamer. In the 1960’s the property was sold to Ken and Rita Mullens and became Two Moon Lodge. 

Dave and Julie Morin purchased the Lodge in 2007 and have run it as a small, boutique-style camp ever since. Previously, in 1992, the Morins founded Missinaibi Headwaters Outfitters in Chapleau, Ontario, a leading wilderness outfitter which ran guided canoe adventure tours and fishing excursions on some of Canada’s best waterways. Dave has worked as a wilderness guide, an outdoor tourism consultant, adventure sports instructor and in the winter was a risk manager for the ski industry.

Julie is a retired high school teacher and now looks after our administration, bookings and social media. She also teaches a daily yoga class at the lodge for all who are interested.

Dave and Julie love adventure travel and spend the winter months camping and fishing in far-flung corners of the globe, or at home enjoying time with our children, grandchildren and granddoggy.

Our Philosophy

We believe that in order to fully appreciate nature one must experience it firsthand. While sleeping under the stars may be a little ambitious for most, temporarily stepping back to a simpler way of life helps recharge things, away from the distractions of a busy life; centering on family or reconnecting with old friends, taking the time to watch a sunset or listen to the call of the loons. We understand how simple things rise to new levels out here. Things like waking to the sun on the calm water, or the taste of fresh caught walleye, or slipping into dry socks after a rainy day out fishing. We believe that the fish count on the stringer trumps the thread count of the bed linen.

    • Only 5 cabins mean always-available, personalized service
    • We’ll take the time to show you where and how to get fish
    • No machinery or construction noises when guests are in camp
    • You look out at an uninhabited lake, not across at other cabins
    • Located on an open point, rather than in a buggy bay
    • No large marketing strategy, sports show or pressure selling pitches
    • Oh ya, and the best wood-fired thin crust pizza on Loon Bay
We love our paradise here at Two Moon and want to share our piece of heaven with you, our guests.