Using google earth you can see that this area has at least eight house foundations. Using google earths historical imagery, those 8 house foundations were not around in 2003. They first show up in 2004. For some reason, construction of those 8 housing units stopped. Today, that area probably has around 22 housing units with nearly all being mobile homes. Most housing units are located in Boy River Township which had a population of 86 in 2010. At least 12.8% of Boy River Townships population or 11, was Indian. As for those other housing units, they are located in Rogers Township which had a population of 63 according to a 2010 census. Indians made up 1.0% of that townships population. In 1991, only 6 housing units were located throughout this area. In 2003, there were 10 housing units. Today there are 22. So their Indian populations are possibly higher at Boy Lake. As for those 8 house foundations, they are there and it's up to Leech Lake Reservation to either resume construction of those 8 houses or do something else with them. To it's south by almost one mile, is Black Duck. In Ojibway, they would call Boy Lake Na-bez Ga-miiz. Elevation of this scattered settlement is 1,318 feet above sea level. I don't know it's correct demographics. Below are several google earth photos of Boy Lake, Minnesota and links to other Leech Lake Reservation communities.