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BWCA Campsite 785

Campsite Number: 785   Link to Map
Lake: Ogishkemuncie Lake
Lake Camp Number: 5
Approx. Latitude: 48.08783
Approx. Longitude: -91.06934
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There are 5 member comments about this campsite.


Member Comment 1 - (posted on 08/19/2018)

Camp Info Posted by:
Learningtofly
Campsite Rating:
4 Stars
Max. Group Size Recommended:
5
Lake:
Ogishkemuncie Lake
Entry Point:
55 - Saganaga Lake
Approximate Date of Visit:
08/15/2018
Camp Notes:
This was a nice island site. But had a extreme lack of fire wood even for a island site. The tent pad was great and fit our 6 man tent. The fire pit is located on a huge rock with a great view. The local red squirrels can be a pest. Don't forget to check out Mueller falls right across from this site.

Member Comment 2 - (posted on 07/07/2013)

Camp Info Posted by:
Kots
Campsite Rating:
5 Stars
Max. Group Size Recommended:
6
Lake:
Ogishkemuncie Lake
Entry Point:
K - Seagull Lake
Approximate Date of Visit:
09/05/2011
Camp Notes:
Great site with lots of tent pads and nice trail up to the high point on the island for a great view of the sunsets. Stayed here 3 nights!...

Member Comment 3 - (posted on 07/12/2012)

Camp Info Posted by:
TSmoody
Campsite Rating:
4 Stars
Max. Group Size Recommended:
8
Lake:
Ogishkemuncie Lake
Entry Point:
J - Saganaga Lake
Approximate Date of Visit:
08/17/2011
Camp Notes:
The latreen is on the opposite side of the island from the first pit, and it is down a fairly steep, potentially slippery trail. Be careful, but it should not be a detractor. There is a lot of wind on the water outside of the site, but none of it really hits the site itself.

Member Comment 4 - (posted on 08/17/2011)

Camp Info Posted by:
outsidej
Campsite Rating:
3 Stars
Max. Group Size Recommended:
6
Lake:
Ogishkemuncie Lake
Entry Point:
54 - Seagull Lake
Approximate Date of Visit:
08/10/2007
Camp Notes:
It's a nice island site, with a decent landing. It also gets some traffic from bears crossing the lake from north to south, as it is across from a pair of peninsulas on either side of the lake. Fishing from shore, there's decent smallmouth bass and northern pike to be had. Some of the smaller islands nearby have deeper water next to them and are a good place to find walleye. The latrine is at a very low spot on the island and was getting close to filled in 2007.

Member Comment 5 - (posted on 06/30/2010)

Camp Info Posted by:
TuscaroraBorealis
Campsite Rating:
5 Stars
Max. Group Size Recommended:
9
Lake:
Ogishkemuncie Lake
Entry Point:
54 - Seagull Lake
Approximate Date of Visit:
06/27/2010
Camp Notes:
Good canoe landing. Elevated site with a ramp up to a nice firegrate area. Several nice flat tent pads. Trails running all over the island affording great views in any direction. Trail to the latrine can be a bit tricky (slippery) when wet.
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