Kiosk Lake – Campsite #15
The first word I think to use when describing this site is ‘grand’. It has a large beach landing tucked away on the south side (make sure you paddle around to find this if you’re coming from the north or east) with a steep incline up to the main campsite area. The main campsite sits atop several large rocks. The front point facing northwest has jagged rocks with tons of room to explore, and off to the side is the large cliff facing north giving an even more commanding view of the lake. The fire pit it nestled among these rocks at the top of the campsite and is very nicely built, with two perfectly flat benches surrounding it. There are two large tent spot options tucked away back into the forest, offering seclusion from the fire pit, and shelter from any inclement weather. This is truly an epic cliff campsite that would be fun to stay at whether you’re a solo traveller or with a larger group. It may not be worth paddling across Kiosk to find out if it’s vacant, especially if there are any winds on Kiosk, but if you’re passing by and see it available, it’s a great option to choose.
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