Ritchie Falls & Moosewa Outpost

Ritchie Falls Resort

Northern Ontario's Premiere Indigenous Eco-Tourism Experience       Proudly Owned & Operated by Sagamok Anishnawbek



We're kind of a big thing!


What our clients say about us ... on Facebook!


"Great time and great fishing.  Thanks and see you guys again"

- Nathan Andress, January 8, 2018


"We had a great time at Ritchie Falls.  Art and Danith our guides were awesome and you can tell that they 
have received a wealth of knowledge from their mentor Matt.  We received a lot more from them than 
expected.  The food and accommodations were above par as well."

- Chris Van Wieren, September 19, 2015 

"A great outfit from the great Canadian Outdoors and some of the best people and staff.  Fantastic experience."

- Jack Coad, February 3, 2017


"I've been to a lot of outfitters and never EVER have I been to place that goes above and beyond for their friends. Honestly you get treated like you've known them for years and they make sure everyone has an amazing time! For that I say thank you Kyla and to Matt as well. I'll be back as often as I can!"

- Andrew Taylor, October 23, 2016


"Had a blast on the trails with my son.  Great staff, great trails, great cooking and a real Canadian wilderness experience.  The bass were biting like crazy!"

- Steve Hayward, September 30, 2013



What they say online!


"It's a great lodge with amazing hunting and fishing. It's a very well kept secret. Cabins are nice.  I hunted for years over the hill and far away. Many big bears and a bull moose a year.  Bull Lake Lodge is another great option. But Ritchie is newly owned and ready to go."

- JF Sabou, Ontario Outdoor Magazine  April 16, 2014



On the Web!


Dave Baker, President of the Ontario Federation of ATV Clubs wrote about launching an ATV tour from Ritchie Falls Resort in "Elliot Lake's Famed ATV Trails - Worth the Drive" published in Northern Ontario  Travel on August 22, 2015.



Lawrence Gunther writes of his experience at Ritchie Falls.  He is North America's only blind professional angler and host of Lake2Plate TV and Blue Fish Radio show. 

"True Canadian Grand Slam" published on his own website LawrenceGunther.com in July 2017.  





In the News!


Leeson, Ben  "Sudbury Accent: Funding announcements started in March"  The Sudbury Star [December 10, 2016] 



Knibs, Leslie  "Sagamok received money from FedNor"  MidNorth Monitor [May 18, 2016] 



Knibbs, Leslie  "Sagamok Anishnawbek to upgrade Ritchie Falls Resort"  Anishinabek News [May 11, 2016] 



Ablett, Taylor  "Ritchie Falls Resort to get a $500k Facelift"  My Algoma Manitoulin Now [April 27, 2016] 



Serre, Marc MP  "Government of Canada Investment Supports Jobs, Business Growth and Cultural Tourism in Massey Region"  Marc Serre, Nickel Belt MP  [April 26, 2016] 



Kelly, Lindsay  "Popular North Shore hunting lodge expanding, rebranding"  Northern Ontario Business [March 4, 2016] 




On the Radio!


Podcast Interview with Matthew Owl, Manager of Ritchie Falls Resort.  Aired July 16, 2017 on Blue Fish Radio.  28minutes 04seconds

In part two of this Blue Fish Radio episode, Matthew Owl, the First Nations Manager of Ritchie Falls Resort, speaks to Lawrence Gunther about growing up on reserve with an Ojibwa father and a mother who comes from New York City. Mathew touches on his 15 years of experience with delivering and promoting indigenous tourism, and how he and his family found themselves leading on the purchase and eventual transformation of Ritchie Falls Resort, a 100-year old fish/hunt camp located just north-west of Sudbury Ontario. Five years into the project, over $1-million invested in rebuilding infrastructure, and the business is turning a profit. Matthew and Lawrence explore what it takes to learn from past mistakes and to forge new opportunities inbusiness and in life.

Gunther, Lawrence "Matthew Owl and Ritchie Falls Resort Part 2"  The Blue Fish Radio Show [iHeart Radio  28:04]  July 16, 2017 



Podcast Interview with Kyla Lee Owl, Co-Manager of Ritchie Falls Resort  Aired

In episode 145 of Blue fish Radio Lawrence Gunther sits down with Ritchie Falls Resort’s co-manager and guide Kyla Lee Owl to discuss her passion for hunting and fishing. A dedicated bow huntress and angler, Kyla walks Lawrence through the process of sustainably managing the 1,000 square kilometer bear hunt area deeded to the Resort by the Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry. Hear why Kyla believes women hunters are far more likely to bag large game. Kyla talks about her life journey circling back-around to her origins where she’s most comfortable – in the wild. And now, Kyla and her life partner Matthew Owl are working hard to transform Ritchie Falls Resort into an indigenous-inspired eco-tourism year-round operation.

Gunther, Lawrence "Ritchie Falls Resort's Kyla Lee Owl - Bears and Lakers"  The Blue Fish Radio Show [iheart Radio  26:32]  July 2017




Interview with Chief Paul Eshkakogan Aired   Begins at 1:12:00.  Ends at 1:18:00. 

Viola, Angelo  "The Outdoor Journal - August 17, 2013" [Outdoor Journal Radio  1:39:14]






Haward, Steve  "Ritchie Falls ATV Trade Show" Vimeo [March 6, 2014  6:02]

Marketing video for Ritchie Falls Resort promote at 2014 ATV Trade Show (full version)



whitepinehost  "Ritchie Falls ATV 30"  YouTube [December 9, 2014  0:30]

Marketing video for Ritchie Falls Resort promote at 2014 ATV Trade Show (tv ad version)




Ritchie Falls Resort

Resort Office: 249-500-2897                 Mobile: 705.869.7937 (or leave a detailed message)

Email: matthew@sagamokdc.ca          Highway 810   Massey, Ontario P0P1P0


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