Algonquin & Beyond

Ralph Bice Lake – Campsite #2

This campsite is on the north shore of Ralph Bice Lake, midway down the lake. It’s an interesting site; the interior is sheltered and enclosed, while the front of the campsite by the water is exposed and rocky. The inside has uneven ground with large boulders, while the front of the site has a large smooth rock sloping gently into the water, which is great for swimming, sunbathing, and stargazing. The waters are also shallow which makes it very pretty when the sun is shining and you can see straight to the bottom. This site offers a little bit of everything, for groups small and large, in all types of weather conditions. There are plenty of sites to choose from on Ralph Bice lake, but camping here would by no means be a bad choice.

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Map of Ralph Bice Lake campsites in Algonquin Park
Map of campsites
Ralph Bice Lake campsite #2 view of campsite from the water
View from the water
Ralph Bice Lake campsite #2 interior of campsite
Interior of campsite
Ralph Bice Lake campsite #2 looking out of campsite onto the water
Looking out of site
Ralph Bice Lake campsite #2 flat tent spot area
Large tent spot
Ralph Bice Lake campsite #2 large tent spot
Large tent spot
Ralph Bice Lake campsite #2 canoe landing area
Landing area

* Images and information taken August 2018

* Algonquin Map courtesy of Jeff’s Maps

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