BWCA Campsite 1770 on North Branch Kawishiwi

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On 10/5/2020 12:33:28 PM, Jim_in_Omaha said:

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Not a bad spot to begin or end your trip, maybe, or if you're new to canoe-camping. This spot is just around the corner from homes and cabins on Farm Lake and you'll see and hear powerboats just across the line. Technically, the cove you're camped in is off limits to powerboats because it's in the BWCA, but that was ignored by at least 3 boats the night I stayed. Unfortunately, there's only one other campsite in the vicinity, so if you want to actually get away from powerboats you'll have to paddle further east along the North Kawishiwi and probably into Clear Lake.
The following information was kindly provided by J. Archer Harris from his website Paddler's Campsite Database (PCD) for Quetico Park. Please support his website and the paddling community by posting campsite ratings there as well as here.
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