Follow the driveway to the sprawling complex of reddish buildings on the sheltered shores of Lake Risopatrón. Several shingle-roofed cabanas, suitable for groups of six to eight people, all with central heating and ample hot water, were constructed by local craftspeople from native wood. The clubhouse has a fireplace and a panoramic view of the lake. The dining room serves barbecued lamb prepared on a traditional quincho (grill). Activities include trolling and
fly-fishing on the lake and nearby rivers. Canoes, mountain bikes, and horses are available for exploring the lake and park trails. It's 5 km (3 mi) south of the entrance of Parque Nacional Queulat.