Harriet Lake Rustic Campground is located at the site of an abandoned farm. The open land now hosts a variety of coneflowers and other plants not common in a boreal forest. It also provides opportunities for group picnicking. The lake itself is accessed by a boat ramp and dock and supports walleye, northern pike, and crappies.
This is a great camping spot that gives each site plenty of elbow room. Some of the sites are a little hard to find, but they are there. There is plenty of space for campers or multiple tents at the majority of the sites at this campground. It also just up the road from the Trestle Inn, a great restaurant/bar in the woods!