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"We arrived in the middle of the night at a spot I'd never been to before. My friends said it was worth it so we parked the car, walked down the beach a ways, and set up camp.
The night was quiet except for the sounds of the waves hitting the outer sandbar.
We awoke to perfect 5-8ft left and right breaks up and down the beach. We surfed until exhaustion, packed the car and headed back the way we came.
Yet another successful strike mission in the books."
Located in the Skagit Range in the lower mainland of British Columbia, Jones Lake (also known as Wahleach Lake) offers super-scenic camping at the start of the region’s efficient hydro-power source.
Just a hundred feet from the ocean and surrounded by the unseemingly dense rainforest of Alaska, this is a campspot you’d not soon forget.
Camping bayside in Alaska is the perfect complement to an overnight sea-kayaking trip around the shale covered, forest-framed beaches of Caines Head.