Kawishiwi Lake

Kawishiwi is a relatively large lake which forms the headwaters of the Kawishiwi River. Its irregular form and many bays and peninsulas yield a long shore line. There are several islands of significant size, some with campsites. The extreme southeastern corner of the lake lies outside the boundaries of the BWCA and hosts a Forest Service campground.


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The National Forest Service campground at the southeast end of the lake is notorious for its bears, drawn by the campsite garbage dumpsters. To avoid bruin shuffling through your tent in the middle of the night you may want to arrive early enough to secure a campsite out on the lake itself.  from: Making Connections

MORNING MIST on KAWISHIWI LAKE

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