Linda Lake Campsite #3

Landing

Topography of under-water approach: Shallow rocks to the north and small muddy area to the south.

Impediments to disembarking from and/or unloading a canoe: Not the greatest landing in high water. Could be a bit difficult to unload. (Editor: Better landing in low water, when a rock spit is exposed infront of shoreline whitepine.)

Topography to tent sites: Very small incline.

Looking at campsite landing from the lake, during high water.

Looking into the campsite, eastward from the lake.

Campsite

Campsite maintenance: Regular.

Size of open ground area: Medium-sized campsite, most is very covered and sheltered

Extent of tree cover: Heavy tree coverage surrounding campsite.

Degree of levelness: Mostly flat, but you can consider the ground a bit Ďwavy'.

Number of tent sites: 2-3 tent spots.

North exposure: Minor exposure, but mostly blocked by trees.

East exposure: Dense forest behind campsite.

South exposure: Tree coverage keeps tentsites protected from the south, but firepit is more open.

West exposure: Campsite faces west, so has exposure to the lake.

Fire pit, looking west to the lake.

General description: Not the best site on the lake. It has good tent spots and good fire pit. But itís a simple site thatís dark and sheltered. It has limited views to enjoy the sun, the stars, or the beauty of the lake.

Overall accessibility: Overall accessibility: Minor inconvenience to disembark, but otherwise itís accessible.

Looking SW down to rock landing at low water (Photo by Barry Bridgeford, 2003)


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


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