I would say that it was an 80-90 rod bushwack in to Warpaint. All we did was maintain the higher ground, look for openings and keep the marsh in view. We were rewarded to see a very pretty lake.
View looking out to the island
My traveling companions Luke & Evie at the entrance to the lake
Not having a canoe did not stop us from swimming to the island, and a very pretty little island it was with plenty of blueberries.
At age 61 I'm not quite the swimmer I once was ...actually I was never a great swimmer ...so we improvised and I returned via a log flotilla.
View of the Rocky cliff shoreline on the point just to the SW of the island. Again the lake was very pretty and appeared to have some rock shoreline and higher areas.
All in all a very worthwhile afternoon trip. Perhaps someone can cut a trail so we can see what type fish are in the lake. Sorry the pictures are disjointed from the comments ...I'm sure you can figure it out.