This alluring and remote community is situated around Peerless Lake which is densely forested and great for year-round recreational activities including trout fishing.
Peerless Lake is located 65 km from Red Earth Creek on Secondary Road 686 (gravel), which is 170 km north of Slave Lake on HWY 88.
Peerless Campground is picturesquely located along Peerless Lake and offers rustic camping with 15 sites set in amongst trees. This non-serviced campground is 5 km outside of Peerless Lake heading towards Trout Lake.
Trout Lake Campground is non-serviced and located at the narrows between Graham Lake and Trout Lake. It offers a boat launch, picnic area, fire pits and firewood.
Outdoor pursuits include everything from fishing and hunting to exploring the backcountry by quad or foot.
No restaurants are located in the immediate vicinity. Please click here for Red Earth Creek restaurants and grocery stores.
A general store is located just outside of Peerless Lake with gasoline services. A convenience store is located in Trout Lake with a post office.
Peerless Lake has a boat launch, day use areas by the lakeside, an outdoor rink with basketball hoops, a baseball diamond, Community Outreach Center, and Community Hall. Peerless Lake boasts being one of the few lakes accessible by road that offers trout fishing.