BWCA Campsite 351 on Alpine

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Status:
Open/Potential

Lake:

Latitude:
48.12663

Longitude:
-90.98781

# of Ratings:
3

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Avg Good Tent Pads:
3

Avg Max Tent Pads:
3
Date:
Permit availability information from Recreation.gov
 
 
On 9/1/2021 4:45:37 PM, djohnson1776 said:
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Good Tent Pads:
3

Max Tent Pads:
3

Visit Date:
8/7/2021

I found this to be a perfectly adequate site. Not a destination site but also not one that I would avoid. There are three perfectly good tent pads and the kitchen area worked fine for us. The landing area is a solid "A". There is some traffic that will come by the site so be aware of that. There are some shore fishing opportunities from this site as well.
On 6/25/2018 4:22:45 PM, justincarl said:
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Good Tent Pads:
2

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3

Visit Date:
6/16/2018

Perfect sandy, gradually deepening, protected landing. The site is small but efficient and not crowded. Fine for a small group. One good 4-person tent pad, one 2-person, and maybe one other marginal 2 person. The good pad is on the beginning of the path to the latrine, which is a bonus if you need to go at night. Good path to the latrine which also leads to a rocky hill with a very nice overlook view. Though the burned area is recovering nicely, there were few good tarp trees and no bear hang trees. I had to use long ropes and some engineering to set up a few tarps on the two rainy days I stayed there. The fire area is mostly enclosed by trees so the view and the wind is blocked. Decent furniture logs. We ate our meals on the rocks by the landing, which were good sitting rocks with a nice view of the lake. I caught 4 smallies from shore. Because of rain I didn't have a fire so I don't know about firewood availability. The bugs weren't that bad compared to the massive clouds we experienced days later on other lakes. It is on the route from the Sea Gull portage to the Jasper portage so people canoeing by is a common site. There are blueberry bushes, pin cherry, mountain-ash, sand cherry, and roses. I would gladly stay here again.
On 4/21/2014 9:41:44 PM, Gavia said:
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Small, burned, no trees
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