Lake Mingevannet is the northernmost of the three lakes in the Glomma River tributary system. Its 206 ha surface area makes it the largest of the three. Actually an extremely slow flowing section of the river itself, it is about 7 km long and studded with shallow coves and deep sections.
Lake Mingevannet has many exciting fishing areas. There are many reminders of the timber floating that dominated here, among them logs standing up from the bottom. These remains create superb fishing sites. The lake is directly connected to the main channel of the Glomma River and to Lake Vestvannet meaning that the entire system can be reached by boat.