|Email Page||Printer Friendly Version||Submit a Report|
Motors are allowed on the lower lake, but not on the upper lake. The creek between the lakes is not completely navigable by canoe. A rapid just above the inlet blocks paddling, but above that can be paddled with one or two log jams to pull over.
The second lake is a beautiful place to paddle.
Primitive campsites are available at the inlet to the lower lake, as well as numerous places on the upper lake. A hiking trail skirts the north side, so solitude seekers may want to camp on the south side of the lake.
Much of the forest has been beetle killed, so be cautious when camping.
Also, the wilderness boundary and Big Creek Falls are a short hike above the second lake.
PFD's (Life Jackets)
Free Standing Boat Racks
Pull-Up Strap Handle Kit