White Birch Lake – Campsite #1
Before arriving on white birch I had read that the northernmost site was a nice campsite and was the second nicest on the lake. Now that I’ve seen it, that sounds about right. It has a decent canoe landing carved from sloping rocks into the water, which I’m sure will vary in accessibility depending on the water levels. The inside of the campsite is open and spacious, with sparse tree coverage, though in no way lacking tarp or hammock options. The fire pit is well built and has two benches beside it. Surrounding the fire pit are a handful of large, flat tent spots that will surely accommodate any group size. The campsite faces west, meaning you’ll be able to take advantage of the rocky shoreline to enjoy some afternoon sun before watching the sunset. The best part about this campsite is that it’s the only semi-isolated site on the lake. The three other campsites are all extremely close to each other.
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