small housekeeping lodge is located on a 4,000 foot sand beach
on the south east shore of Whitewater Lake. Our guests refer to
it as the "Miami Beach of the north," missing only
palm trees and the crowds.
The camp consists
of 4 guest cabins spaced out along the beach offering privacy to
each group. Each cabin is equipped with hot/cold running water,
a propane range with oven, a large electric refrigerator with freezer,
electric lights, hand crafted pine furnishings, wood stove for heating,
all cooking & eating utensils and gas barbecue for outdoor cooking.
The cabins have large decks for dining out of doors or viewing the
northern lights at night.
include screened in fish cleaning house, water tower,
shower house, camp attendant's cabin and ice storage building.
of 2 to 28 welcome.
lodge is equipped with late model 14 foot Lund boats with padded
swivel boat seats and new 15 hp Yamaha motors. There are ample
boats to allow 2 people to fish per boat.
Than Just Fishing...
Lake offers far more than just fishing. You can swim, sun bathe,
take pictures, pick berries, view the abundant wildlife or just
relax in this fabulous wilderness setting. There are dozens of secluded
sand beaches within a short distance of the camp just waiting to
You can also visit Wendell Beckwith's cabins (abandoned) on Best
Island. Wendell, who passed away a few years ago worked for Parker
Pens and is said to have invented the ball-point pen. Wendell claimed
that Whitewater Lake is the center of the universe.