Clydegale Lake – Campsite #1 2018

Clydegale Lake – Campsite #1 – 2018

This is my second time camping on this campsite. My first time was only a year prior, but I was surprised with how much the site had changed. Most of the seating around the fire pit had been removed, and parts of the site are starting to become overgrown (for example, the image labelled “Overgrown tent spot” in this report compared to “Small tent spot” in last year’s report; they are the same location). The water levels were also much lower this year which made the large rock at the front of the island accessible by foot, through a rocky pathway from the mainland. Overall the site is still basically the same, and there are still a few tent spots to choose from at the bottom of the hill near the canoe landing. This is still my preferred site on Clydegale Lake.

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Map of Clydegale Lake campsites in Algonquin Park
Map of campsites
Clydegale Lake campsite #1 in 2018 interior of the campsite
Interior of campsite
Clydegale Lake campsite #1 in 2018 interior of campsite looking inward
Interior of campsite
Clydegale Lake campsite #1 in 2018 path to bottom of the hill near canoe landing
Path to bottom of site
Clydegale Lake campsite #1 in 2018 flat tent spot
Tent spot
Clydegale Lake campsite #1 in 2018 overgrown tent spot area
Overgrown tent spot
Clydegale Lake campsite #1 in 2018 beach canoe landing
Canoe landing
Clydegale Lake campsite #1 in 2018 low water levels at the front of the campsite
Low water levels

* Images and information taken September 2018

* Algonquin Map courtesy of Jeff’s Maps