Campsite on Juno Lake and surrounding area

Campsite on Juno Lake (#959)

Campsite last visited on: August 12, 2023

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Good shore access and nice panoramic views of the lake. Two landing spots for canoes. There are three tent pads, but all are very barren and rocky because the soil here hasn't reestablished itself yet from the time of the 1996 fire. Fire pit had no log furniture at time of last visit.

Juno Lake Campsite 1
There are two canoe landings at this campsite.

Juno Lake Campsite 3
This is the other landing and it is probably the easier of the two.

Juno Lake Campsite 2
There aren't many trees around the kitchen to provide shade because of a forest fire that scorched this campsite in 1996.

Juno Lake Campsite 4
The fire grate is pretty close to the water. Hope you brought a camp chair, since there wasn't much remaining of the log seating at time of last visit.

Juno Lake Campsite 5
Most tent pads here are on bare rock and gravel. The soil here hasn't recovered since the fire.

Juno Lake Campsite 5a
Another large but barren tent pad.

Juno Lake Campsite 6
This flat rock surface could also be used for tent placement.

Juno Lake Campsite 7
The green biff.

Juno Lake Campsite 8
View to the west across the small bay next to the campsite. That lakes shoreline is mostly spruce forest.

Juno Lake Campsite 9
Peering straight south across the lake.

Juno Lake Campsite 9
Eastern view of Juno Lake from the campsite.

Juno Lake Campsite 9
Another view to the southwest from just behind the fire grate area.

Return to paddling on: JUNO LAKE

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