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Outpost Camp

Our most popular cabin, the outpost is located on the west arm of the lake, about 10 miles (16 km) from the main camp, and 4 miles (6.5 km) from the landing. There are two bedrooms with two sets of bunk beds in each room which can comfortably sleep 8 people. The kitchen has propane appliances, and is equipped pots and pans, dishes, glasses and all your kitchen utensils and silverware. The three-piece bathroom has hot and cold running water. Plus, there is wood burning stove which will provide all the necessary heat for a warm, comfortable cabin. There is a large screened-in porch for added living area. For those who are looking for privacy in a remote location, the outpost cabin is for you!

What to Bring

Each cabin is fully equipped with newer pots and pans, dishes, glasses, kitchen utensils and silverware. For bedding, we provide the bottom fitted sheet, pillow and pillow case only. Plus, all cabins are heated with wood heat which provides a warm, comfortable cabin.

You need to bring your own groceries, drinking water, sleeping bag and/or blankets, personal towels and face cloths, and hand soap, and dish soap. Please don't forget to bring toilet paper and garbage bags.

The beach by the camp is sandy, perfect for swimming, and there are several other beaches nearby for more privacy.

Call for details if you want your groceries and beverages in your cabin on arrival. All you need to do is provide a list of groceries or beverages needed during your weeks stay! This will save you time and hassle of packing your food and supplies for a whole week.

Our Cabins - All cabins are housekeeping and must be holders of conservation licenses only.