Algonquin & Beyond

Lake Louisa – Campsite #20

Campsite #20 on Lake Louisa is relatively hidden as you paddle through the lake; it’s on the northern shore and tucked behind two of the islands on the lake. It’s a nice site however, especially when there’s low water levels because the rocky shoreline will be even more exposed. The site offers nice views onto the lake with a rocky shoreline that’s great for swimming, sunbathing, and stargazing. The interior of the site is sheltered and has a handful of flat tent spot options, a well built fire pit, and a good amount of seating. There are some nicer sites on Lake Louisa, but there’s nothing really wrong with this site… I guess the only downside would be noise coming from people camping on the islands, but most campsites are nearby one another on Louisa so there are few sites where neighbouring noise wouldn’t be an issue.

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Map of Lake Louisa campsites
Map of campsites
Lake Louisa Campsite #20 fire pit and seating area
Fire pit and seating
Lake Louisa Campsite #20 interior of the campsite
Interior of campsite
Lake Louisa Campsite #20 flat tent spot option
Flat tent spot
Lake Louisa Campsite #20 another tent spot
Flat tent spot
Lake Louisa Campsite #20 view out onto the water
View onto water
Lake Louisa Campsite #20 rocky shoreline
Rocky shoreline

* Images and information taken August 2015

* Algonquin Map courtesy of Jeff’s Maps

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