Located along the far west end of Attean Pond, this campsite is a lovely place to spend the evening or even a few evenings. There is a large beach with beautiful views of the pond that makes launching and landing boats easy. It can get rather windy here and depending on the direction, can also make launching and landing nearly impossible so be sure to check the weather.
The portage trail that connects Attean Pond to Holeb Pond is located adjacent to the campsites. There is room for at least a couple of tents here and there are a couple of picnic tables. When we were here in October of 2020, there was a large fire ring full of trash that was partially burned. Please note that you need to obtain a fire permit prior to your arrival if you plan on having a fire. Permits can be obtained in the town of Jackman which is close to the put in at Attean Pond.
It really is a gorgeous spot but is highly impacted, especially after a summer of increased outdoor recreation and use. It was a great place for us to spend our first night on a multi night trip on the Moose Bow Loop. It isn’t the only site good for the first night but know that it may be occupied so do some research so you know what other options are available.