Jubilee Lake Campsite #4

Landing

Topography of under-water approach: Lots of rocks underwater to maneuver around. Difficult to pull in without hitting an underwater rock and/or scraping your boat.

Impediments to disembarking from and/or unloading a canoe: Rocks make unloading difficult. Itís much easier if youíre willing to get wet but if youíd like to avoid that, you may need to do some acrobatic boat disembarking.

Topography leading to tent sites: Slightly sloped tail to main site.†

Landing area .. you can see some of the underwater rocks that make landing so difficult. ...

Trail from landing area to site ...

Campsite

Regular or low-maintenance: Regular

Size of open ground area: Moderately sized campsite closed-in on nearly all sides by dense forest.

Extent of tree cover: 100% This site is set back from the lake and very treed.

Degree of levelness: Quite level on the main portion of the site. Number of tent sites: Good area for one large tent and could easily find 2 other spots for smaller tents although you may be on a slide slope and dodging tree roots.

Number of tent sites: 2 flat sites available for small tents. More could be found with some effort but roots would be a problem.

North exposure: Protected by forest.

East exposure: Protected by forest.

South exposure: Protected by forest.

West exposure: View of lake through the trees.

Main part of site .. the large tent area to the right ...

Cool, giant burl on tree at back of site ...

General description: This site isnít anything to write home about. Access to the water is challenging and there are no great swimming areas. The site feels closed in by the tree cover.

Overall accessibility: Loading and unloading gear would be challenging without getting your feet wet.


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Submitted by Submitted by: Claire Cowan .. Visited September 6th, 2015 .. Submission September 8th, 2015