Littledoe Lake – Campsite #3

When I visited this campsite it was late in the afternoon around 4:00 PM and the site was still almost completely in the shade. I don’t think the site would get much sun throughout the day, but it might brighten up in the evening as the sun is on its way down. The shoreline has a tall slanted rock at the front of the site which is picturesque and fun to walk on, as long as you’re careful. The canoe landing was decent when I visited, and water levels were extremely high, so I assume it would be even better during the summer season. The fire pit isn’t anything special but it will get the job done. Same with the tent spots. I only found one decent spot but there may have been more further back inland. Either way, it will get the job done. Behind the fire pit and tent spot are two trails; one is up a very steep incline and the other is flat, which I assume leads to the thunder box. The campsite seemed to have a cool vibe overall. Maybe it was the flat rock near the front of the site that I thought would make a great spot to sit and ponder useless nothings while having too many sips of whiskey. If I was coming from Canoe Lake and camping on Littledoe, I’d probably keep paddling to check out the other vacant campsites. But if I was coming from the other direction and everything else was taken, this wouldn’t be a bad choice.

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Map of campsites on Littledoe Lake in Algonquin Park
Map of campsites
Littledoe Lake Algonquin Park Campsite 3 Rocky Shoreline
Rocky shoreline
Littledoe Lake Algonquin Park Campsite 3 Interior of Campsite
Interior of campsite
Littledoe Lake Algonquin Park Campsite 3 Fire Pit and Seating
Fire pit and seating
Littledoe Lake Algonquin Park Campsite 3 Front Rock
Rock at front of site
Littledoe Lake Algonquin Park Campsite 3 Tent Spot
Tent spot
Littledoe Lake Algonquin Park Campsite 3 Canoe Landing
Canoe landing
Littledoe Lake Algonquin Park Campsite 3 View from the Water
View from the water

* Images and information taken April 2022

* Algonquin Map courtesy of Jeff’s Maps