Algonquin & Beyond

Red Pine Bay – Campsite #4

A spectacular island campsite on Red Pine Bay. Possibly my favourite campsite that I’ve ever camped on in Algonquin Park. The island is very small and very exposed, but it offers breathtaking panoramic views of Red Pine Bay, from multiple different viewpoints. A large cliff at the north of the site offers commanding views onto the lake, while the rocks at the south of the site offer viewpoints for all the angles that the cliff misses. There is a thunderbox hidden in the trees, a few tent spot options, and the most epic fire pit I’ve seen in Algonquin. There are beautiful sunrise and sunset views as well. Word of caution, due to how exposed the site is, I would not recommend staying here in poor weather conditions.

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Map of Red Pine Bay Campsites in Algonquin Park
Map of campsites
Red Pine Bay Campsite #4 view from the water, west side of island
View from water (west)
Red Pine Bay Campsite #4 view from the water, east side of island
View from water (east)
Red Pine Bay Campsite #4 fire pit and seating
Fire pit and seating
Red Pine Bay Campsite #4 trail to thunderbox
Trail to thunderbox
Red Pine Bay Campsite #4 campsite landing
Campsite landing
Red Pine Bay Campsite #4 interior of the campsite
Interior of campsite

* Images and information taken September 2017

* Algonquin Map courtesy of Jeff’s Maps

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