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Wah-Wah-Tas-See Pathway

A foot trail that follows the South Branch of the Thunder Bay River.
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Wah-Wah-Tas-See (on site): 1.5 miles of flat terrain with Native American interpretive information. The trail follow an ancient great lakes shoreline from over 3,000 years ago when lake levels were much higher than today. It is likely given native American inhabitate the area during these times, they paddled the river and camped on its banks.

 

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NOTE: THE CAMPGROUND IS CURRENTLY CLOSED DUE TO BUDGET ISSUES.

10 sites for tent and small trailer use. Located along the Thunder Bay River providing water access to every campsite. Small boat launch on the campground. Wah-Wah-Tas-See Pathway access. Rustic campground includes vault toilets and potable water from well hand pump.

 
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