- Popular campground and day-use area close to Haines Junction.
- Has an excellent view of the Kluane and St. Elias Mountains.
- Southern Tutchone name Tsí Män means “red ochre lake,” after the red rock on Paint Mountain.
- Sandy beach has a unsupervised swimming platform.
- Has a short wheelchair-accessible interpretive boardwalk along the lake and a footpath extending to Pine Creek (Tsí Chuaa). Great for birding.
- Access to the day-use area and boat launch remains open and ploughed during the winter. Ski trails and an ice rink are often maintained by local volunteers.
Bear proof garbage bins
Blue bear-proof recycling bins
Bear proof cache
At least one wheelchair accessible outhouse
At least one wheelchair accessible campsite
Hand pump or water tank provided
Sandy or cobble beach within short walking distance
Viewing structures or signage about local cultural and natural history
Swimming area or dock. No lifeguard