Two cottages on a small headland jutting out into Dievssajávri from the northern wall of the steep valley in which this lake lies;
in the summer the only way to go is up. There is, however,
a motor boat operated by the warden which visitors can request the use of to cross the lake (from the south by raising a signal),
and there are also rowing boats in case the warden is out, or if people want to make the crossing under their own power.
In winter it is an easy matter skiing on the ice, and fishing in the lake is excellent that time of year.