We spent a week on the island and absolutely loved it! This place is incredible! It's gorgeous and serene out so far on the lake, and the fishing is ubeatable. It's a totally off-the-grid cabin on a remote small, forested island with an additional large room above the boathouse. The cabin is well stocked and has nice fireplace, hammock, propane appliances, solar power, hot running water, shower and satellite internet with a grill and firepit just outside along the water. The room above the boathouse is basic. Comfortable with a large balcony, there is an additional composting toilet but there is no power or running water (only in the cabin itself). The docks are sheltered, sunny and relaxing to hang out. The surrounding area has a lot to explore, including several beaches on the nearest island, forested islands, wildlife and endless varied fishing terrain. It's truly a unique experience. However it's not the place for everyone, for many of the same reasons that make it such a unique place. It's remote - far away from town - (about 20 miles by boat from Kenora) with very few if any other people or boats around. It requires you to be self-reliant, well-prepared and comfortable by yourselves in the remote location. A trip to town for additional groceries, supplies or gas could take 1/2 a day. It also requires decent marine navigational skills to get out there, even following the buoys can be tricky at times. It would be best to be familiar with the area and experienced at reading marine charts. I would recommend a marine gps if possible. It really is a remote wilderness experience with a comfortable backcountry cabin to separate you from the elements. The cabin is clean as far as cabins go, but there is some dirt and wear from years of use - which we expected. The cabin is well-equipped for being so remote, but everything is limited, the solar power is mainly for lights and charging small devices, the internet is through a satellite, usable but slow at times and can stop working during storms. We had decent phone service and usually used our phones instead. The water is filtered lake water and the toilets are composting units. Overall we had an incredible experience and wish we had spent longer out there!