The lake is located near the village of Głazów, in the vicinity of the S-3 route. To get there, exit the route S-3 and drive in the direction of Myslibórz. Approx. 2 km from the exit, turn right, in the clearly visible dirt road entering the forest located not far from the route. After passing the chalets, You arrive at the lake shore. There is the possibility of launching a kayak or small rowing boat.
Łubie Lake is often called Głazów Lake by the locals. It is a highly fragmented glacial lake with an interesting shoreline. The water level area is 182.2 hectares. Numerous shoal patches or small islands can be found on the lake.
Łubie Lake does not have infrastructure for water tourism, but is frequented visited by anglers. You can easily launch a small rowing boat from the side of Podłążek, or go fishing from the shore, but it is largely overgrown with reeds. Anglers will find there bream, roach, zander, perch, pike, crucian carp and eel. The whole area is a protective precinct. The ban on fishing is valid from 15th March to 31st May. To protect perch against poaching, a ban on fishing from a boat was introduced in the period from dusk to dawn (year-round). The lake, for fish farming purposes, is leased by Agro-Fishery Grzegorz Siwek Farm. Fishing permits can be purchased in the fishing complex - 1 Ks. M. Sopoćki Street in Myslibórz and in fishing shops in Myślibórz.