In addition to providing fishing and canoe tripping services, there are guestrooms on the property.. There are three bedrooms on the upper floor of the main building with a common bath. There are single and double beds. Also an 8 by 10 log cabin is suitable for overnight or a short stay.
As for alternative accomodations, the Yukon Motel at http://www.yukonmotel.com/ is right next door and just down the hill from Nisutlin Outfitting. In addition, the Nisutlin Trading Post, directly across the Alaska Highway, offers rooms, a general store, and services. http://www.nisutlintradingpost.ca/ So, if it is in your interests to stick around Teslin awhile, any one of these three alternatives should meet your needs. As for camping around the community of Teslin, there are some nice spots which are boat accessible but other than that, at this point the community is not overly accomodating to campers, except to offer a Yukon government campground ten miles to the west beside the Alaska Highway.
Canoes and Boats:
Paddlers are advised to stay off the main lake and paddle only near the shore as winds may rise at any time. Also the water of Teslin Lake is extremely cold and a dump any distance from shore could easily prove fatal. This is true of all of the northern waters and many southern ones as well! The issue is hypothermia. The cold temperature of the water draws the heat from the body rapidly. Always carry a lighter and know how to quickly build a fire in the event of a watery emergency!