The Lake

Blindfold is a picturesque lake, approximately 9 miles long, with a maximum width of 1 mile and depth of 60 feet. The horseshoe shape of the lake and the many bays and small islands, provide good protection from the wind.
A ΒΌ mile trip from the camp brings your boat to the mouth of the river, where you enter Blindfold at the top of the horseshoe.

A 4.5 mile boat ride down one side of the horseshoe will bring you to the Blindfold Lake dam and tramway access to Route Bay in Lake of the Woods.
Nearby are the historically significant Blindfold Lake Indian Pictographs.
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