Perch Lake is one of the walk-in camp areas in the Nicolet. Located just west of Whisker Lake Wilderness, this trail circles picturesque Perch Lake. If you're interested in a secluded camping experience, this trail leads to five walk-in campsites with tent pads, tables, fire rings, and wilderness-style toilets. There is no drinking water supplied.
If you'd like to try fishing, the lake is stocked with bluegills and bass. There is a canoe launch at the lake. No motorized boats are permitted. The campsites are between 1/4 and 1 mile from the parking area. There is no fee for overnight camping. Perch lake is open year round.
Directions: From Florence, take State Highway 70 west 10-1/2 miles to FR 2150 and turn right (north). The parking area is 1/2 mile north on the left (west), for 6 vehicles. Trail Length: 1-1/3 mile. Difficulty: Gently rolling terrain.
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