Little Eagle Lake CS #1


Topography of under-water approach: The main point has a semi-steep rock-face with 2-4 foot deep water. The side landing area is smooth and sandy, with no big rocks or logs.

Impediments to disembarking from and/or unloading a canoe: The side landing area is flat and sandy, with no impediments for loading and unloading canoes.

Topography to tent sites: The largest tent area is about 25 yards from the fire pit and 10 feet uphill. The other two tent sites are flat with good tree cover and 10 yards from the fire pit.

Landing area, with firepit to the right.


Campsite maintenance: Regular

Open ground area: Spacious site.

Extent of tree cover: 80%.

Degree of levelness: Fairly level.

Number of level tent sites: 3 good sized tentsites. One is big enough for a 10x17 tent..

North exposure: Forest.

East exposure: Forest.

South exposure: Trees and lake.

West exposure: Trees and lake.

Campsite. The lake is to the left.

Firepit at night.

One of the tentsites.

General description: It is a great site for larger groups of 4-6 people. Perfect for families, small portage and paddle, and great swimming and wildlife. The site is very level with lots of room for tents, chairs, and activities. The thunderbox is a little in the open, basically directly on one of the main paths about 50 yards from the main area.

Overall accessibility: Short portage and paddle to get to.

Bay to the southeast .. good 'moose-viewing'.

Perfect sunsets every night!.

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

Submission Sept. 1, 2017 by Mike Van Slyke   ... visited Spring of 2017