Canisbay Lake – Campsite #12
Approaching this campsite from the water will give some pretty uninviting vibes. The mucky shallow waters in front of the site is overgrown with a large dead tree laying across the water. But the canoe landing is smooth and the campsite is located just a few feet away from the water. The fire pit and seating area offer a gorgeous view out onto the east shoreline of Canisbay Lake. The campsite is relatively exposed but with enough tree coverage to hang tarps for extra protection from the elements. There was one clear tent spot that I noticed, but I’m sure you would be able to find flat ground for a few additional tents if needed. The thunder box is located a fair bit inland, offering good privacy from the main campsite. It was missing the lid, however there was a toilet seat to cover the opening. I didn’t like that the campsite was quite dirty when I visited, included a leftover pot, tin foil, a bunch of tent pegs, ropes hanging, and more. I cleaned what I could but couldn’t take everything. But hopefully it will all be cleaned by the time you read this and visit the campsite. Other than the mucky waters surrounding the campsite, I actually think this is a pretty decent place to call home for an evening.
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