- Has 2 loops with many campsites next to the lake.
- A short trail and footbridge connect to the popular beach and recreation site.
- The Marsh Lake people had their main camp and potlatch house here.
- Both the Southern Tutchone and Tagish names for the lake, Tàkádàdhà and Sāa Tl’áh Ni, refer to the sandy beach.
- M’Clintock Bay (T’á Hîni Wát) is a rest stop for thousands of trumpeter swans and other waterbirds in spring.
- Visit the nearby Swan Haven Interpretive Centre in April.
Bear proof garbage bins
Blue bear-proof recycling bins
Bear proof cache
At least one wheelchair accessible outhouse
At least one wheelchair accessible campsite
Sandy or cobble beach within short walking distance
Tent pads or sites available via walking trail
Swimming area or dock. No lifeguard