Loon Point is situated on the shores of Clearwater Lake; the 13 rustic campsites on Loon Point are a favorite for many who like a more primitive camping experience. Hearing the call of the loon just yards away from your tent, nestled among the pines and maples, you can be sure to feel detached from the routine of everyday life in this camping area! There are sites perfect for incredible sunsets or sunrises depending on your preference.

Loon Point is one mile south of the central area of Clearwater Forest Camp. A screened pavilion with an indoor cooking area and picnic tables to seat 35 is centrally located. Outside is a large fire pit with benches perfect for large group gatherings. An adjacent firewood shelter is well-stocked for your family campfires each night. We request a donation for stocking the wood. Two sets of recently renovated outhouses are available or you may use the bathhouse/shower facilities at Grouse Circle. There is a hand operated pump for water and each site has its own picnic table and fire pit. Two docks are available for fishing with boat access on both sides of the point. Four canoes and life jackets are provided for your enjoyment.

All campground guests may use the swimming beach and canoes or sit-on-top kayaks at the Leaning Tree Beach. Campers may also bring your own watercraft, however they must be launched from the public access at the north side of Clearwater Lake.