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The locator lake hike is ok. It’s only accessible by boat, and the dock is small.
There is a restroom at the trail head. The trail can be muddy, and buggy, so come prepared.
You can hear lots of wildlife, especially beavers.
You boat to the trail head and it's 2-3 hours one way. Great views and lovely forest trail leads to a lake at the interior of the Kabetogma Peninsula. There are canoes and rowboats to use on the interior lake, but must be rented/reserved and...More
Dock your boat at the trail head & prepare for a lovely hike on this remote trail. The closest public access is at the Woodenfrog State Campground on the shore of Lake Kabetogama. Highlights are the beaver dam and the hiking trail has beautiful views...More
We took the hike to the lake and it was very buggy. My friend got eaten up - welts on back of legs etc. I luckily had long pants and shirt sleeves so didn't get bit as bad - just a couple on the hands....More
Pack plenty of water and a snack for your hike. You'll go through bogs, beaver dams, hilltops and end at Locator Lake. Before you go go to the Kabetogama Visitor Center to rent a canoe to paddle around in while you are there. You should...More
I am in my late forties, my son and I hiked into Locator for a day of fishing. The hike was long for me although my son (22) handled it with ease. My son and I caught lots of nice northern, several around 30" and...More