Ralph Bice Lake – Campsite #4
I’ll start by saying that I was really impressed with this campsite. The landing is pretty bad (you can notice my barrel strap to secure the boat since I forgot to keep rope handy) and the fire pit isn’t anything to write home about. But now that the bad is out of the way, let’s talk about the good. There are plenty of tent spots, including one massive patch of flat ground that can hold 2-3 tents easily beside each other. The view west onto Ralph Bice is breathtaking, and the shallow waters surrounding the site are crystal clear and equally as beautiful to admire. The sandy beach at the landing leads into nice swimming waters, and there’s plenty of open rock surrounding the site to relax and enjoy the views. Even though I didn’t camp at this site, the sunset view would clearly be gorgeous, and I think you’d probably get a nice sunrise view as well. Plus, it’s far enough away from the other campsites so you’d have a good amount of privacy in the evening (after canoeists stop paddling by to/from Little Trout), which is a good thing on a busy lake like Ralph Bice.
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