Shuttle Service

Shuttle Service


Ground Shuttles

We offer ground shuttles to all of our park entrances as well as airports and trains stations. All shuttle prices are one way. There is a 2 hour pickup window to cover any unforeseen issues. Due to the high cost of fuel for northern living, the shuttle rates are non negotiable. We apologize for any inconvenience.

Access Roads to Woodland Caribou Provincial ParkPARK ENTRANCES

Leano = $200
Oni = $250
Johnson = $195
Lund = $340
Upper Chukuni river = $150


Red Lake airport pickup = $175
Winnipeg airport pickup = $1050
Thunder Bay airport = $1100
Red Lake road train pickup = $125
International Falls border** = $750

Prices allow for 6 Passengers, gear and 2 canoes.
Rates rise 75% for passenger count of 7-11.
If 3-6 canoes are needed the price goes up $100.00 for trailer use.

** For Canadian border pickup, all passengers are responsible for their own passage across the border as well as their own passports and bag contents. The shuttle will meet passengers on the Canadian side at a predetermined location.


Air Shuttle to Woodland Caribou Provincial ParkAir Shuttle

The sky is the limit for your canoe destination! Begin your paddling adventure in the heart of our park and fly over its awesome landscape! We work with Chimo Air Service (authorized to transport canoes of any length!). Book through us and get a cheaper rate! All rates are one way and include your gear and canoe. No hidden fees.

Hansen Lake = $617 (1 person)*
Donald Lake = $665 (1 person)*
Sabourin Lake = $741 (1 person)*
Artery Lake = $948 (1 person)*
*For multiple passengers add $100 for each additional person.

The park has plans to restrict all air traffic to these four lakes. This has not yet come into effect so if you wish to price another location please send that request and we'll get you a quote.

Andy and Amanda Powell - Owners of Sunset Canoe Outfitting
Thanks for your interest experiencing the Canadian wilderness with Sunset Canoe Outfitting!
We're the Powell's
Let Us Tell You About Ourselves

Hi, we are Andy and Amanda Powell. It is our love for the Canadian wilderness and its people that bring us back every summer to visit Pakuni Lodge (owned by Amanda's parents). These visits are filled with adventures, family and the great outdoors. It was these great experiences that birthed the idea of sharing our backyard accessibility with others; using Pakuni Lodge as a launching pad for Sunset Canoe Outfitting.
Sunset Canoe Outfitting

Serving the Woodland
Caribou Provincial Park

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