We will be cruising this small scenic chain that includes several lakes with no wake zones between them. Some lakes are built up and some are very natural. There are limited facilities and no place to get refreshments during the cruise. The launch will likely be busy, but there is a hard sand area next to the ramp that you can launch and load from. I have done it with no issues.
The plan is to cruise the lakes and perhaps stop for a swim in Bruin Lake or Blind Lake. Afterward, there is a beach and park where we can pull up the boats for a picnic. It is a state park so bring your solo cups. Maybe order a Pizza?
For future reference. For anyone who may want to camp there is the Bruin Lake Modern Camp Ground. It has a boat ramp and people mooring their boats right there while they camp.(SORRY GUYS IT IS BOOKED ALREADY FOR OUR DATE)
This chain has become my go to spot on the weekends. Busy if the weather is good, but the launch has lots of overflow parking. Drop your boat and one person can go back to the park for overflow parking, the boat can drive over and pick up the driver.
Come on out!
You can give me a ring if you have any questions. 734-476-1526
rivets and finz wrote: from the sounds of things to come shortly, looks like I will not be able to attend the gathering as looks like border is going to be closed to end of july!
well that and my boat most likely not ready but that is secondary as I would have joined you guys in my 14' zodiac just to meet you all
damn chirona virus!
That's too bad darn virus. Keep on working on the boat. Have a great summer.
PS. I had 11 ft zodiac with a 25 horsepower. We used to bounce off the sides of 800 ft freighters down the Livingston from channel.
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