Algonquin & Beyond

Daisy Lake – Campsite #1

Approaching this campsite from the west (which is where the landing is), it looks small, enclosed, and not that exciting. To be honest, the only reason I pulled over was because I needed to use the thunder box. But when I got on land the campsite ended up being much more than I expected. There’s a spacious interior surrounding the fire pit and seating, with a handful of large, flat, and sheltered tent spots. The site is a bit elevated which offers a nice view onto the lake, and there are some large rocks by the shoreline to enjoy the sun and stargaze in the evening. The canoe landing isn’t the best; it’s surrounded by rocks and has a short incline to get to the main area of the site. The other downside is that it’s very close to Campsite #2 and you’ll be able to hear any noise if there’s a group occupying the site. But otherwise I was pleasantly surprised with what this site had to offer.

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Map of Daisy Lake campsites in Algonquin Park
Map of campsites
Fire pit and seating looking out onto the water of Daisy Lake
Fire pit and seating
Look into the interior of campsite #1 on Daisy Lake
Looking into the site
Large rocks on campsite #1 on Daisy Lake
Rocky part of campsite
Tent spot sheltered by trees on Daisy Lake
Tent spot
Large tent area on Campsite #1 on Daisy Lake
Tent spot
Large tent area on Daisy Lake campsite #1 in Algonquin Park
Tent spot
Canoe landing for campsite #1 on Daisy Lake
Canoe landing
Looking at the canoe landing from the water for campsite #1 on Daisy Lake
View of landing from water
Looking at campsite #1 on Daisy Lake from the water
View of site from water

* Images and information taken September 2019

* Algonquin Map courtesy of Jeff’s Maps

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