Algonquin & Beyond

Big Trout Lake – Campsite #16

There’s a bit of a climb from the canoe landing to the main campsite area, but once you’re in the campsite there’s a sheltered fire pit with the typical 3-bench seating that you’ll find at many campsites on Big Trout Lake. The site itself is very flat, with plenty of good trees to hang a tarp and no shortage of flat ground to pitch a tent. The site offers good shelter, but it doesn’t offer anywhere to enjoy the sunshine or the grand views of the lake. It could be a good site to choose in poor weather but otherwise there are better options.

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Map of Big Trout Lake Campsites in Algonquin Park
Map of campsites
View from the water of Big Trout Lake Campsite #16 in Algonquin Park
View from water
Interior of campsite #16 on Big Trout Lake looking southwest
Interior of site
Fire pit with flat benches for seating on Big Trout Lake Campsite #16
Fire pit and seating
Large area of flat ground surrounding by trees to pitch a tent on Campsite #16 on Big Trout Lake
Tent spot
Large area to pitch multiple tents on Big Trout Lake Campsite #16
Tent spot
Large flat area to pitch a tent on Big Trout Lake campsite
Tent spot
Flat ground to pitch a tent on Campsite #16 on Big Trout Lake
Tent spot
Trail behind campsite #16 leading into the forest on Big Trout Lake
Trail behind site
Looking down the incline to the canoe landing on Big Trout Lake campsite #16
Canoe landing

* Images and information taken September 2020

* Algonquin Map courtesy of Jeff’s Maps

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