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The Tucker camp is located on the northeast "corner" of the island. Although the camp generally faces east and enjoys the sunrise, the deck and dock are bathed in sun all day, as it swings around to warm from behind. The main cabin was built around 1972 and has a large deck, half covered so things stay dry in the occasional rain. There are three bedrooms inside (one with a king and the others with two twins each) plus a bathroom and small kitchen area. The kitchen has a sink, small refrigerator, and microwave oven. The living room looks out over the lake and Blueberry Island. A fire in the fireplace keeps things cozy on a chilly night.
The main cabin has a baby, a bunkhouse tucked in the woods which was built in 2004. The bunk has a living room with a pull-out couch, a tiny refrigerator, and windows overlooking a small deck/porch in front. There is a bedroom with three beds (a double-deck bunk and a single). There is a bathroom and storeroom with a clothes dryer.
The camp also offers the use of a canoe, a kayak and a rowing dinghy.
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