Saturday, March 24, 2012

Dawson Lake, Boundary County, Idaho


Dawson Lake is an ideal lake for fishing, kayaking, sailing, etc. It has a "no wake" rule, so of course it isn't appropriate for high speed activities. The launch is made of cement slabs and descends gradually into the lake to about the end of the dock. A well kept accessible restroom is available by this launch. A trail (accessible) from this launch going south takes you to a fishing dock. There is also a small parking area along the road that is next to an accessible trailer to the fishing dock. The trail is smooth but after a wind storm or after the long winter fallen branches will likely be on the trail.





ACCESSIBILITY SCALE: 1. Parking... Gravel and Mud, One accessible parking space; 2. Restroom… Accessible; 3. Dock(s)… Accessible; 4. Direct Water Access… Accessible via boat launch; O.T.H.E.R… Oddities/Barriers: Trails can be block via branches after winds storms/winter; Trails/Paths: Accessible; H2O/Water: Lake water is clean but can become a bit stagnant in late summer; Lake shoreline is filled with aquatic plants, lily pads, etc; Environmental Conditions… No issues; Resources: No near by stores, gas stations, running water, No camping but there is small some open space for Picnicing.

Directions: To access Dawson Lake from HWY 2... Watch to your left for the Meadow Creek Road sign. Follow this road North until you reach the Dawson Lake access road. This road will turn from payment to gravel about 5 miles up the road from HWY 2. Maps: View Google Map below...

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