Lower Loader Lake Campsite #2

Note: The site is on a peninsula and the other side of the bay can be seen through the trees looking southeast.


Topography of under-water approach: Steep drop-off, rocky landing.

Impediments to disembarking from and/or unloading a canoe: Challenging due to the grade and rocky nature.

Topography leading to tent sites: The trail gradually rises about 2m vertical to the firepit/tent site.

Campsite overview from northwest, with rocky landing to the left and actual campsite in the middle ...

Landing area ...


Regular or low-maintenance: Low.

Size of open ground area: Small.

Extent of tree cover: Intermediate coverage.

Degree of levelness: Fairly level.

Number of tent sites: 1.

North exposure: Shoreline.

East exposure: Trees, then the lake again.

South exposure: lake.

West exposure: Lake.

Looking south, with the tentsite in the foreground and the firepit beyond ...

Looking north, with the firepit in the foreground and the small single tentsite beyond ...

Looking southeast, with the lake visible on other side of the peninsula ...

General description: Low-maintenance, small site on a peninsula. Intermediate tree coverage, but fairly open to the east, south and west. Likely not very buggy in the summer.

Overall accessibility: Intermediate accessibility due to the steep rocky landing.

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

Submission October, 2014 by Marko Mrkobrada .. visited 2014