Algonquin & Beyond

Big Trout Lake – Campsite #14

What I like about this campsite is the rocky shoreline with a beautiful view down the east end of Big Trout Lake, and the grassy (ie. soft) grounds to pitch your tent. The fire pit and seating is tucked away inland which offers good protection from any winds, but doesn’t offer a nice view while cooking or sitting by the fire. Otherwise the campsite isn’t very memorable and I’m guessing it doesn’t get used too often… despite the fact that the fire pit was full of garbage and burnt cans. Pack out what you pack in! (and don’t bring cans, it’s against park rules)

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Map of Big Trout Lake Campsites in Algonquin Park
Map of campsites
View of campsite #14 from the water on Big Trout Lake in Algonquin Park
View from water
Grassy interior of campsite #14 on Big Trout Lake in Algonquin Park
Interior of site
Overgrown fire pit and seating area on Big Trout Lake campsite #14
Fire pit and seating
Grassy patch of flat ground to pitch a tent on Big Trout Lake campsite #14
Tent spot
Grassy tent spot area on Big Trout Lake Campsite #14
Tent spot
Large rock by the shoreline of the canoe landing on Campsite #14 on Big Trout Lake
Canoe landing

* Images and information taken September 2020

* Algonquin Map courtesy of Jeff’s Maps

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