Hidden Lake is a proper name for this lake. It’s off the beaten path and the road leading to it is a bit rough. I was afraid my trailer would be swallowed by the massive holes on the way in. If you do have a trailer, be warned that there is not much room to turn around!
This is a smaller lake that has a launch point for a kayak and there are supposedly fish in the lake, however, I didn’t get a single bite! The scenery is amazing though so kayaking this hidden gem is worth while. While moving around the lake, we heard moose calls, noticed a lot of beautiful birds, and watched a few turtles float by.
In regards to camping, there are a couple of neat areas. It looks like people do not stay here often so if you’re looking for a quiet place, this is perfect. The camping spots are just bare grass with trees surrounding along with some fire rings. If you have a larger tent, it may be difficult set up because you’ll hit sloped ground. For my smaller Kelty tent, it was perfect.
There’s not much more to say about this place except be aware of bears. The tight places make it difficult for a trailer but other than that it’s a relaxing place.
- May be difficult to get in and out of
- Very quiet and secluted
- Camping may be difficult
- Be sure to have bear spray, just in case