Jubilee Lake Campsite #5


Topography of under-water approach: no issues.

Impediments to disembarking from and/or unloading a canoe: Both are likely to be muddy and you will not be able to avoid the mud, but both are mostly rock free..

Topography to tent sites: Slightly sloped trail to main site and to tent sites and thunder box beyond.

Campsite seen from the water.

Seen from another angle.

Landing at the left and the lake as viewed from the campsite.


Campsite maintenance: Regular.

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

Extent of tree cover: 80%. This site is on the lake and treed.

Degree of levelness: Quite level on the main portion of the site.

Number of level tent sites: Good area for one large tent and 1 smaller tent. More could be found with some effort but roots would be a problem.

North exposure: View of lake through the trees.

East exposure: Protected by forest.

South exposure: Protected by forest.

West exposure: Protected by forest.

General description: A very serviceable site. Access to the water is good using 2 large flat rocks where the water moves. Swimming access is easy with a quick depth drop. There is good air circulation, helping with bugs. Daylight in the morning and afternoon is greater at the water access area.  No evening sun. Site #6 across the water is easy to hear.

Overall accessibility: Loading and unloading gear is easy provided you are ok with muddy feet.

Side view of the firepit area.

View of the lake from the firepit area.

Tentsites at a distance from the firepit area.

Thanks to Jeffrey McMurtrie of Jeff'sMap for supplying the base-layer map component by Creative Commons licensing.

Submitted by David Burbach .. Visited July 24, 2023 .. Submission July 30, 2023