Tucked away at the end of a narrow road sits Leisure Cottages on the rocky shores of Oak Lake. The resort has both Chalets and Cottages as accommodation and offers boat, canoe, kayak and paddle-boat rentals.
The lake is a good size, not too crowded and offers up opportunities for bass, perch, walleye, etc. There are lots of areas to explore. Oak lake should really be called Rock lake because of all the submerged boulders. Some parts are very shallow and you really have to pay close attention to where you motor or drift.
Chalets are basic and are in need of a lot of updates. Some might call them rough, but they were fine enough for me and others for a night or two. Same with the BBQs. This place is simple so don't expect anything new, clean or well kept.
The on site store offers very basic needs and should not be replied upon for a long term stay.
There is plenty to do for families and a great spot for swimming with a water trampoline. Lots of great lake side seating for lounging or watch sunsets.
Check in is at 2pm, which I thought was extremely late for a fishing resort. Most folks like the start very early.
You can have a very enjoyable weekend here if you are able to overlook the condition of the joint. A little spit shine could go a long way. If you're looking for a relaxing place to fish and to get some peace and quiet then this is it.