Mosomo Point Campground is found nestled between two scenic lakes inside of the broader Chippewa National Forest. Water-lovers will be in paw-adise at Mosomo Point! Guests here are treated to a primitive and secluded experience that offers furrific opportunities for fishing, birdwatching, and hiking.
New visitors to Mosomo Point who are looking to have an overnight stay can choose from a total of 22 different sites. These all come standard with typical camp amenities like a fire ring and outdoor table. Public restroom facilities are centrally located, as well as taps for access to drinking water. The camp keeps a small shop open that sells guests firewood and other last-minute camping supplies during normal business hours. Guests with dogs are urged to keep their pets clear of public areas like the restroom facilities while keeping them on a leash throughout their stay. Bears have also been spotted in this area, so it's extra important you keep a tight grip on your tyke's leash! (And keep all your scented items locked up in your vehicle or a bear-proof food locker.)
Mosomo Point is surrounded by water, with the smaller Little Cut Foot Sioux Lake to the southeast and the much larger Big Cut Foot Sioux Lake to the west. Little Cut's waters are much more sedate and tend to attract non-motorized water vessels. Because of this, it makes a perfect place for a morning canoe or kayak trip with friends. If you're more of a speedboat or waterskiing enthusiast, you'd have better luck checking out Big Cut, which offers several amenities geared towards the sport. If you're keeping your dog along for a boat ride, be sure they're restrained and kept safe -- don't fur-get the doggy life jacket!
Big Cut Foot Sioux Lake's other major draw is its fishing opportunities. Commonly found species in Big Cut's waters include muskie, perch, and trout, among a few others. If you're looking to try and catch your food while staying the night, make sure to pack up any gear needed for the sport, as there are no rentals available. Fido is welcome to keep you company while you fish, as long as they're on a leash.