Two lakes to yourself
Crossland Lake is located 44 miles to the northeast of Red Lake. Crossland outpost is actually comprised of 2 lakes; Crossland (580 acres) and Guernsey (796 acres). Both lake have slightly stained water and moderate depth. Large numbers of walleye are easily caught in both lakes, but Guernsey seems to have more larger walleye. Both lakes have numerous rock structures that are favourite homes for walleye. We get nummerous reports of larger northern caught each summer.
In additon to Crossland and Guernsey, there are two smaller lakes to portage into for an exploring adventure and more walleye and northern.
The cabin at Crossland is a large 4 bedroom cabin, new in 2004. It sleeps 6 people. The cabin is close to the lake and has a large deck overlooking scenic Crossland Lake. This cabin, as all the others, has hot and cold running water in the shower and kitchen. There is also a gas barbeque on the deck for outdoor grilling.
Crossland and Guernsey are both easy lakes to catch fish and sheltered enough you can safely allow your children to venture out on their own.