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PostPosted: September 29th, 2018, 7:59 am 
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A few weeks ago I went to Sproule Lake for a last minute, spontaneous trip. I was treated to gorgeous weather, a beautiful sunset, a nice campsite, and breathtaking shorelines reflecting on the glass water.

Full trip report with info about all 5 campsites on Sproule Lake here: https://algonquinbeyond.com/trip-report ... oule-lake/

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PostPosted: September 30th, 2018, 8:05 pm 
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This is a nice, simple, short trip that doesn't seem very popular. I've recommended it a few times here for people looking for something short for new paddlers or who have limited time.

It seems that there's not a lot of information about this area of the park/people don't really know you can drive right up to Sunday Lake. When I was trying to book a couple years ago (online), the computer told me (IIRC) that I had to put in somewhere south of the highway and paddle up Sunday Creek to get to Sunday Lake.

Great campsite too- I stayed there.


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PostPosted: October 1st, 2018, 7:40 am 
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Brad Thomas wrote:
This is a nice, simple, short trip that doesn't seem very popular. I've recommended it a few times here for people looking for something short for new paddlers or who have limited time.

It seems that there's not a lot of information about this area of the park/people don't really know you can drive right up to Sunday Lake. When I was trying to book a couple years ago (online), the computer told me (IIRC) that I had to put in somewhere south of the highway and paddle up Sunday Creek to get to Sunday Lake.

Great campsite too- I stayed there.



I wasn't able to find too much info about the area, but I did see it mentioned a couple times about where to park. They told me as well when I went to pick up my permit. But you're right, without knowing that you can park right at the start of the 150m, it makes the trip look much less appealing.

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