Meet Your Hosts


Meet your hosts at Great Spirit Lodge, the Nobes family! Whatever questions you may have or items you may have forgotten, your hosts are here to help.

Randy Nobes

Randy is an avid outdoorsman who enjoys hunting, fishing, hiking and everything about the great outdoors! He has a background in agriculture, but is also an excellent carpenter and loving father and husband. His enthusiasm is contagious and he always has captivating stories to tell.

Angela Nobes

Angela has fallen in love with the outdoors and one of her favourite ways to unwind is with a remote camping trip! She has dedicated her life to her family as a mother and wife, all while working full time. Angela is a very talented baker and spent many years baking for farmers’ markets in Southern Ontario. Her work ethic and drive can motivate anyone in her presence! Be sure to try one of her chocolate chip cookies – but be forewarned, it may turn into 5, 6 or even 7 cookies very quickly!

Rielly Nobes

Adventure is Rielly’s middle name. He has 5 years of experience working at remote lodges in Northern Ontario as a dockhand, fishing guide, manager and jack of all trades. His passion for the outdoors is contagious and his vast knowledge is reassuring for new adventurers. Rielly attended Sault College for the Adventure Recreation and Parks Technician program. The Lake Temagami area is one of his favourite places for canoeing and ice fishing.

Dominique Nobes

Dominique grew up in Northern Ontario and spent her life enjoying everything outdoors. She has 3 years of experience working at remote lodges in Northern Ontario as a housekeeper, cook, manager and customer service rep. When it comes to a memorable guest experience, no one has higher standards than Dominique. She has a diploma in Social Service Work and experience providing outdoor recreation programs to at-risk youth.


Milo is a 9-year-old rescue from Red Lake, Ontario, and is the Lodge’s resident dog. He is very happy and loveable and enjoys spending his days running through the wilderness while chasing mice and squirrels. He thrives on attention and is very good around adults and children. Don’t let his handsome face and dog smile fool you though, because he will eat anything he comes across including bread, cheese, garbage and the occasional bit of sweet grass.