Canoe the day away around the shores of the backcountry. Fish from the shore or a boat while enjoying scenic vistas. Camp comfortably in designated campsites located around the shoreline, nestled among trees in the backcountry, or tucked away in secluded canyon pockets and remote hillsides.
Ideal wind conditions make Eleven Mile a popular but not overly crowded destination for sailing, windsurfing and winter ice boating on this wide-open reservoir. Motor boaters and kayakers also find plenty of room to play during the summer months.
Rocky Ridge campground offers the only electrical sites in the park and is nestled among trees and rocky outcrops. Loops A, B & D offer electrical hookups. Loops C & E have trees.
The North Shore and Witchers Cove campgrounds offer open lakeshore sites and convenient access to boat ramps.
The Stoll Mountain, Howbert Point, Lazy Boy, Rocking Chair and Cross Creek campgrounds are all more secluded and less crowded, but they also tend to be more exposed to weather conditions. They all offer lakeshore sites as well.
The 25 natural, wooded and secluded Backcountry sites are perfect for those who are willing to pack or boat their supplies in to the sites.
Many species of birds reside in or migrate through the park, making for wonderful bird watching prospects. Neighboring park, Spinney Mountain, offers additional opportunities for birding and fishing. Waterfowl hunting chances for a wide variety of ducks are excellent and are available each fall!
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