The inspired, majestic and truly one-of-a-kind Lost Lake Outpost provides you with the "on your own” serenity experience of an outpost. Accommodating groups of four to eight people in the 1,800 sq ft outpost cabin, it is the perfect getaway. Bring your kids, your parents, your extended family, your friends, your company or your customers. Any group is bound to enjoy this luxurious and secluded DIY retreat!
Nestled on an old growth peninsula between the western shores of Aikens Lake and untapped Lost Lake, this beautiful handcrafted getaway can accommodate up to eight people in exceptional comfort. Four bedrooms (each with two twin beds), two washrooms, two shower rooms, a huge common room with a wood fireplace, a custom kitchen and dining area, 24-hour power, unlimited hot water, vaulted ceilings, a massive screened-in deck with a breathtaking view of the sunset... those are some, but not all of the many amenities included in your stay.
Fishing on Lost Lake is outstanding. It is a two-mile, 40-foot deep finger lake. The tannin-filled water creates a dark strain of golden-bellied walleye. The lake is home to thousands of hungry walleye and exciting northern pike. Lost Lake boasts some of the largest catches Aikens Lake Wilderness Lodge has ever recorded.
Operating from late May to mid-September annually, our Lost Lake Outpost allows guests access to not only Lost Lake’s trophy fishery, but also the bounties of Aikens Lake and Gammon River. During high water seasons (and in June on most years regardless), a narrow channel on the south end of Lost Lake is navigable into Aikens Lake. When water levels are lower in mid-summer or fall, you will have the option of boats on either side of the peninsula so you can fish Lost Lake or Aikens Lake.