People flock to this lake for its great fishing, although ice can cover the lake well into July depending on the year. In the summer, people also enjoy walking and hiking the many nearby trails and viewing the wildlife in the area. In the summer, ice fishing is a favorite activity along with other winter sports such as dog sledding, cross-country skiing, and snow-shoeing.
At this site, you will find a campground area with 17 sites to pitch your tent, latrine, and boat launch for the lake. If you want to make a reservation for the public cabin, it includes a kitchen counter, shelves, sleeping platforms, and woodstove. The cabin runs for $45 per night. The cabin and campground are in a secluded and quiet area that is only accessible by long, gravel roads. There will be no traffic noise or crowds.
Your dog is more than welcome to come camping with you. You should keep them on a leash when they are in the campground and you can let them off leash once you are out in the countryside. There are no poop bags provided, so you must bring your own. Always remember to pick up after your dog and discard the poop bags appropriately.