Algonquin & Beyond

Biggar Lake – Campsite #12

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Upon getting to Biggar Lake we paddled straight for CS16. I had heard it was a good campsite. The large site sure was epic, a massive boulder that incorporated a huge fireplace, a great kitchen area, seating for twenty, but it was extremely dark. That campsite did not appeal to us. We checked out campsites 7 – 10 and they were all dark, small and the landings were horrible. We then crossed over the lake again to check out CS13 but it was occupied. This campsite, CS12 was free and we were happy for it. It was a beautiful site with good swimming from the rocks. At the front of the site was a rocky landing, but just around the corner was a nice little sandy beach. It wasn’t a big site though. There were 3 small tent pads directly surrounding a seated fireplace. The campsite was partially shaded, with a nice view of the lake and the sunset. The campsite was very quaint and comfortable. The newly constructed thunder box had a nice view of the lake too.

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* Images and information taken July 2022

* Algonquin Map courtesy of Jeff’s Maps

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