Friday, September 28, 2012
The highlight of this beach is not actually the beach, but the lodge (hshipman: Naniboujou Lodge), and lunch in the colorful dining room took precedence over exploring the beach.
It's another long, curved gravel beach on the northeast side of a small promontory. The mouth of the Brule River nudges the beach into the lake just to the southwest. There have been some feeble, and not terribly necessary, efforts at erosion control in front of the lodge, where waves have nibbled away at the low bank - perhaps the edge of an old river terrace formed at a higher lake level?