2 months ago

The trail can be a bit wet but well worth the effort. The camp site is at an old logging camp. Swimming is good. Bass, Crappies, and Bluegills are eager to bite. Birding is great and the possibility of good wildlife viewing is there also. This area is in the Porcupine Wilderness area. I spent 7 days in there and at a different lake every day. There is a resident Wolf Pack there also. With luck you may be serenaded in the night.

Trail quickly becomes under water and swarming with mosquitoes.

This is a beautiful section of the north country trail. My dog and I enjoy hiking in this area during the autumn when the colors are bright orange and yellow. There are roads that you will cross as you hike this trail, and there are plenty of places to park to enjoy new sections of the trail.

Tuesday, April 19, 2016

This entry needs correction. This is a trailhead on the 4600 mile North Country National Scenic Trail. It's a hiking trail; mountain bikes are not permitted here. The trailhead is on County Highway A about 2/3 miles south of the location shown.

Wednesday, March 09, 2016

no location marker. no parking. maybe non existent.