Lakes & Cabins

Irene Lake

This lake was obviously named after a beautiful woman. There are few places on earth which match the sheer beauty of Irene Lake.

Crystal clear, cold and deep, this lake produces excellent walleye, small mouth bass and lake trout, not to mention northern pike as well as whitefish – truly a “cook’s pleasure”. There are 4 lakes to fish from Irene Lake. A sauna at each of our cabins is a great way to end the fishing day.

Ignace Outposts operates two facilities on this body of water, located 1/4 of a mile (but out of site) from each other. The “Beach” Cabin #1 has two bedrooms and is set up for 8, while the “Point” Cabin #2 has three bedrooms and a bunkhouse; beds for 12. This arrangement offers complete privacy for two individual groups or the option of hosting one large group such as a couple of families, a fish and game club or a church group.

 

Fish Species: Walleye, Northern, Smallmouth Bass, Lake Trout, and Whitefish.
Lake Info: This lake covers 6000 acres of land and it has 4 Portage Lakes. On this lake we own 2 cabins. There is also 1 other cabin.
Location: This lake is located approx. 20 miles from the base and is approx. a 15 min. plane ride.
Group Size: This lake has cabins to accommodate groups from 2 up to 20 people.
Activities: Sauna, Canoe, and Kayak.

Rates

Lake 3 Days 4 Days 5 Days 6 Days 7 Days
Irene Lake $ 1020 $ 1045 $ 1070 $ 1100 $ 1140
* Rates per person in Canadian Dollars.

  • Based on a minimum of 4 people/group and 2 people per boat
  • Prices do not include taxes, bait, licenses, food or overload charges.
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Cabin 1 is a two-bedroom cabin located on a narrow peninsula. The dock and boats rest in the sheltered bay while the cabin faces west over a beautiful expanse of sand. The shoreline is perfect for water play; a great family vacation location.
Cabin 2 has three bedrooms and sits atop the rise in a small peninsula.  Water is visible on three sides of the camp. The view is spectacular.  A sauna by the water offers a great way to end a long day in the boat.