Tattler Lake Campsite #1
Topography of under-water approach: Shallow muck slope, with dense weeds on either side.
Impediments to disembarking from and/or unloading a canoe: Muck over somewhat firm bottom.
Topography to tent sites: A short gentle slope to tentsites.
Campsite maintenance: regular
Size of open area: Actual firepit and tentsite area is amidst the trees.
Extent of tree cover: Tree cover over most of the campsite. .
Degree of levelness: The tentsites and firepit are on a smooth, small level area.
Number of level tent sites: Room for three small tents close to the firepit.
North exposure: Solid forest blocks the north wind.
East exposure: Trees block the view and east wind.
South exposure: A row of trees interrupt the south view of the narrow part of the lake.
West exposure: The true-west exposure is blocked by trees. Stepping out to the landing area, one can see across the main part of the lake toward the Tattler Lake Cabin.
General description: This campsite is small, shady and secluded. It has no shoreline rocks for sitting on, swimming from or gathering water from. It provides no cooling or bug-chasing breezes due to its heavily treed nature.
Overall accessibility: Other than having to come ashore on a potentially mucky dirt beach, this site has no accessibility issues.
Submission January 7, 2014 by Barry Bridgeford .. visited July 18, 2012