Algonquin & Beyond

Casey Lake – Campsite #2

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This lake is nice and small, and possibly less commonly used since a 1300m+ portage is needed to reach it. There’s almost certainly no through traffic on this lake due to that. Generally people would be most likely to portage in and stay overnight (or more), so there should be relatively few visitors. This site is possibly not as desirable as Campsite #1. The main drawbacks seem to be some difficulty in finding any particularly level tent spots, and not as much sun in the evening (say after 7pm or so). However, there’s still a reasonable amount of space. There are actually 2 fire pits, one on the lakeside rocks, and another one a bit further back in the trees. There is a decent mix of open space and coverage, and it’s generally an overall fairly nice site.

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* Images and information submitted by Martin H.

* Images and information taken June 2022

* Algonquin Map courtesy of Jeff’s Maps

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