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This is the first site you come across when coming south from Rod & Gun Lake. It’s on top of a beautiful rock ledge that runs a good 200 meters along the shoreline, sinking gradually towards the water as you head south.
Tent Sites: Given how much ground this tent covers, I was a bit surprised at the difficulty we had in finding a tent spot we liked. There were three candidates, two pads down by the water and the third halfway up the hill past the fire pit. All of them had their benefits and drawbacks. All were fine.
Notes: I liked this site a lot. My daughter loved it. The rocky terrain makes for a pretty spot, and there is plenty of room to spread out. I might wish for a fire pit that isn’t so exposed to the wind, but otherwise it’s a great spot.
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