Little Coon Lake Campsite #2
Topography of under-water approach: Steep drop-off, rocky.
Impediments to disembarking from and/or unloading a canoe: Fairly narrow, steep and rocky landing.
Topography leading to tent sites: Access to the firepit requires a climb on top of the Canadian Shield shelf. The tent sites are a fairly level with the firepit.
Regular or low-maintenance: Regular. However, itís a poorly maintained site. Thunderbox was rotten, I called the park staff upon departure.
Size of open ground area: medium sized.
Extent of tree cover: The tent sites are sheltered by trees. The firepit is partially sheltered.
Degree of levelness: There is a small landing, then a climb to the firepit. The two tent sites are level with the firepit, and there is a third tent site that is further inland, that is even higher and much more sheltered.
Number of tent sites: 3.
North exposure: Shoreline.
East exposure: Trees.
South exposure: Shoreline.
West exposure: Lake.
General description: A medium-sized campsite with a small rocky landing, and a steep climb to the main campsite. The boulder is a lovely place to have dinner and breakfast, with a westerly view. The large tent site sits among birch trees and is quite scenic.
Overall accessibility: Poor.
Submission October, 2014 by Marko Mrkobrada .. visited 2014