Campsite on Sawbill Lake and surrounding area

Campsite on Sawbill Lake (#915)

Campsite last visited on: July 1, 2023

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Sawbill Lake Campsite 1
The landing at this campsite is top notch, but it is a little hard to find. As you face the campsite from the water, it is a bit to the right (south).

Sawbill Lake Campsite 2
View of the fire grate with your back facing the lake.

Sawbill Lake Campsite 3
Looking west. A few handy boulders make for nice tables. Log seating leaves something to be desired...bring camp chair.

Probably the best canoe landing of any campsite on Sawbill Lake. You'll see a bit of boat traffic coming from the Ada Creek portage which is just around the corner from this site. Two state park-like tent pads. Trail to latrine is rocky and a bit overgrown.

Sawbill Lake Campsite 4
A tent pad with edging is a fairly rare site in the BWCA.

Sawbill Lake Campsite 5
The other tent pad. Either of them will make your tent happy.

Sawbill Lake Campsite 6
A look at the campsite as you come back from the latrine. Both tent pads are over to the right side of your view. The canoe landing is to the far left down a short trail.

Sawbill Lake Campsite 7
Loo loo.

Sawbill Lake Campsite 8
Peering towards the west/southwest.

Sawbill Lake Campsite 9
Here you are looking to the west/northwest.

Sawbill Lake Campsite 10
Approximately west view from the campsite.

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