BWCA Campsite 66 on Lynx

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Status:
Open/Potential

Lake:

Latitude:
48.21345

Longitude:
-92.18532

# of Ratings:
3

Avg Rating:

Avg Good Tent Pads:
3

Avg Max Tent Pads:
4
Date:
Permit availability information from Recreation.gov
 
 
On 8/17/2019 11:44:37 PM, Pmo181 said:
Rating:

Good Tent Pads:
3

Max Tent Pads:
4

Visit Date:
8/15/2019

Vast sprawling site, multi tiered complete with a"upstairs" and a "down stairs" good canoe access little mucky though had to work for water and a bit of a climb to get swimming
On 4/10/2014 10:02:50 AM, RGR said:
Rating:

Good Tent Pads:
3

Max Tent Pads:
4

Visit Date:
9/30/2011

Stayed here solo. One improved tent pad next to the fire pit, which has a great elevated view of the lake. A few tiers of tent pads with the other good one very close to the water in the pines. A sand beach landing and an easy trek to the box. Not much for shore fishing as the site is very steep to the water but a short hike and you could wet a line.
On 9/5/2013 1:10:33 PM, UPBoy said:
Rating:

Good Tent Pads:
3

Max Tent Pads:
3

Visit Date:
7/29/2011

We stayed at this site for several days in July 2011. The landing is around the corner and has a very nice sand beach. There is plenty of room to land several canoes at a time. The site is elevated about 20 – 25’ above the lake that faces the main body of Lynx Lake. Super views of the lake. You can see the portage into Little Shell from the site. I remember a tent pad that was framed with timber and large enough for our 4 man tent. It was level and smooth. Can’t remember the shape of the other tent pads but there must have been some cause we had another tent and a hammock. The fire area was not much to brag about but it was functional. Being this close to an entry the site showed signs of wear but not too bad. What I do remember about this site was the great fishing from atop the bluff. We could sit 20’ above the water and cast our slip bobbers with leaches and catch fish all day long. If you hooked into a large one (and there were quite a few of those) you had to scramble down the slope and land the fish and let it go. Not the greatest site I have stayed at but better than most.
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