This cdp (Census Designated Place) is located adjacent to Roy Lakes extreme northwestern shores and to it's west and southwest. Below are several google earth photos of West Roy Lake. Housing units, which number 26 with 22 lived in, are located along BIA Road 20, along Highway 200, and along Reservation Highway 14. West Roy Lake covers a rather large area just west of Roy Lake. It's southern boundary is Reservation Highway 14 and 240th Street. According to a 2010 census, population of West Roy Lake is 74. Native Americans (83.8%) and mixed bloods (5.4%) account for 89% of West Roy Lakes population. Average household size is 3.4 persons per housing unit which is normal for Chippewa settlements. Most of it's housing units are located along Reservation Highway 14. Most Ojibway's who live at West Roy Lake, are probably descendants of Montana Ojibway's who were Deported to this Reservation after 1902. No Mille Lacs Ojibway's were relocated to this Reservation. They still live at Mille Lacs Reservation. West Roy Lake is 3 miles northeast of Naytahwaush. Elevation is 1,496 feet above sea level. Below are several google earth photos of West Roy Lake, Minnesota and links to other White Earth Reservation communities.