Bruce Lake Campsite #1

Landing

Topography of under-water approach: Shallow, a bit sandy/muddy/rocky.

Impediments to disembarking from and/or unloading a canoe: Easy to pull in, but a bit tricky to unload with the branches and rocks.

Topography to tent sites: 2 metre incline.

View of the campsite from the water.

Close-up of landing.

Campsite

Campsite maintenance: Regular.

Size of open ground area: Lots of open space - large sloped rock by the water, exposed fire-pit area, etc.

Extent of tree cover: Tree coverage surrounding the site, but not very dense.

Degree of levelness: Incline from landing to campsite, but otherwise itís flat enough.

Number of level tent-sites: One good tent-site and a second makeshift smaller tent-site if needed.

North exposure: Very exposed to northern winds.

East exposure: Exposed to winds.

South exposure: Forest behind campsite protects from southern winds.

West exposure: Exposed to winds.

Looking south into campsite.

First of two tent-sites.

Second of two tent-sites.

View of campsite, looking northeast.

General description: A OK campsite with open rock that gets afternoon/evening sun, with decent seating by the fire-pit if youíre a small group. Tent-site is a good distance away from the pit, and a nice feeling to it. Itís more inviting than most of the dark and enclosed sites on the neighbouring lakes. However, itís right beside the portage. Depending on the time of year, there could be a lot of traffic passing by. Otherwise it offers good privacy since itís the only site on the lake..

Overall accessibility: Minor inconvenience to disembark and climb up from landing .


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Submitted by Cody S. .. Visited: Sept. 2016 .. Submission: Feb. 2017