Carpenter Lake Outpost offers Rustic, Private Accomodations

For the ultimate in privacy and seclusion, we offer our Outpost camp at Carpenter Lake. Located 1 1/2 miles from Ubiquity Lake, this rustic cabin is nestled on a beautiful bay at the bottom end of a set of rapids.

Guests travel by boat or 4 - wheeler from Ubiquity lake to Carpenter Lake and stay in an authentic log cabin built by local Indians.

This cabin will sleep 6 and is equipped with a generator, propane stove, refrigerator, freezer and both cooking and eating utensils.

Guests will be dropped here by your hosts and after a brief orientation they will be on their own. We drop in periodically for safety purposes, but other than this visit, you will have total privacy.

You will have access to both Esker and Carpenter Lake, which will provide you with endless opportunities if you like to explore.

If you are not worried about getting your feet wet, you can push your boat up a creek and enter Surprise Lake.

Your sure to see our Bald Eagle sitting up on his perch high above the lake and don't forget to check out "Marshall's Mountain" for a beautiful view.

Carpenter Lake holds the record for the largest Lake Trout at our lodge; however repeat clients love this lake for its Trophy Northern Pike .

It doesn't get much better, than catching one of these 4 ft. fresh water sharks.

185 at dock, Northern Saskatchewan fly-in fishing
Chris displays large pike, Saskatchewan fishing
Carpenter Lake Outpost Cabin, Northern Saskatchewan
View from cabin, Carpenter Lake, Saskatchewan
Boating on clear waters, Saskatchwan Carpenter Lake
Eagle perched, Carpenter Lake, Saskatchewan