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 to be used by a highway construction company to store heavy equipment, this is another spot that has been reclaimed by travellers. A few campsites and a clearing if you have more than one vehicle. Easily get an RV down. Should I be redundant and describe the fist sized rocks in their crazy assortment of colours? Or the frosty cold waters of the largest of our Great Lakes? Nah.

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