Originally Posted by Jerrysr
1 for Dubonnet
Have been camping off and on at Dubonnet since the 70s. ( for the last several years its been off but I always stop and wet a line). I would love to camp there. One side of the dam is the horse camp and several (loosely defined) sites overlook the lake from a high bank. ( dibs on the corner site
) the other side has several designated sites
Its a great place, quiet, sandy soil, it has very good water (I like it anyways),fishing has been good in the past and lots of trees but, I have never looked at it from a hangers perspective.
I'll bet it would work out well. ( Since there's horse droppings- hanging might be a better option )
I will start priming my wife and see if we can make it.
I am camper camping at Interlochen SP this weekend. Hoping for a hammock friendly site.
Spent a few nights at Lake DuBonnet ths summer, great SFCG for hanging. Lake is nice for paddling with lots of great rivers close by as well.
Originally Posted by Jeff Kindy
Depending on how many people are going. I have been to Island Lake in Brighton. They have a group camping area with some nice trees for hanging. Outhouses and a pump well. Swimming lake about 1 mile on the trail or short drive. It is $180 for Friday and Saturday night for like 10 sites / 4 people per site. Great spot because there are no other campers in that park.
Certainly a possible option, I'll see if site is available for a group event.