Campsite on Brule Lake and surrounding area

Campsite on Brule Lake (#939)

Campsite last visited on: July 3, 2022

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Brule Lake Campsite 1
There is a viable canoe landing on each side of this old cedar tree.

Brule Lake Campsite 2
The landing on the right of the cedar (as you approach the campsite from the water) has these stairs leading up from the lake.

Brule Lake Campsite 3
Looking toward the kitchen with the lake at your back.

Brule Lake Campsite 4
The firepit. View toward the west. That is a really tall cedar tree (just the lower part of the trunk) on the left.

One of three campsites on this island. Views of lake are limited from the kitchen area. There weren't a lot of places to setup tents. The campsite on the east end of this island is better if you can get it.

Brule Lake Campsite 5
Close up view of the canoe landing at this campsite. It's a small rock platform. The landing is fairly close to the firepit.

Brule Lake Campsite 6
This is likely a glacial erratic. Like much of Brule Lake, this campsite is set amongst many cedar trees.

Brule Lake Campsite 8
Looking off to the southeast across the channel.

Brule Lake Campsite 7
A bald eagle in a white pine across the channel from the campsite.

Brule Lake Campsite 9
You can sit here and admire the many cedar trees growing about this campsite.

Brule Lake Campsite 10
Several islands dot Brule Lake to the south of this campsite.

Brule Lake Campsite 11
Southwest view from the canoe landing. Island to the center right of this image.

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