WHITEFISH BAY

N 47°09.894’ W 084°41.522

47.1649 -84.69203


A word of caution here, the path down to the stone beach is incredibly steep and dangerous on a dry day. A rainy day, be extra careful. Used by a highway construction company to store heavy equipment, this is another spot that has been reclaimed by travellers, and used for camping. This year the machinery is being stored there again in 2021. A few campsites and a clearing if you have more than one vehicle. You can easily park the largest RV. Should I be redundant and describe the fist size rocks in their crazy assortment of colours? Or the frosty cold waters of the largest of our Great Lakes? Nah, that'd just be repetitive...

© sleeping under the stars 2021