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[[Image:ThomasLake1.JPG|thumb|400px|Late fall reflection on Thomas Lake ''(Steve Hart)'']]
 
[[Image:ThomasLake1.JPG|thumb|400px|Late fall reflection on Thomas Lake ''(Steve Hart)'']]
 
[[Image:ThomasLake2.jpg|thumb|250px|Thomas Lake ''(Steve Hart)'']]
 
[[Image:ThomasLake2.jpg|thumb|250px|Thomas Lake ''(Steve Hart)'']]
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[[Image:IndianHeavenDesignatedCampsitesBrochure.jpg|thumb|250px|Designated Campsites Brochure]]
  
 
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Thomas Lake is the first major lake on the Thomas Lake Trail. It's known for it's good trout fishing. [[Dee Lake|Dee]] and [[Heather Lake|Heather Lakes]] are just to the north and [[Kwaddis Lake]] is just to the south.
 
Thomas Lake is the first major lake on the Thomas Lake Trail. It's known for it's good trout fishing. [[Dee Lake|Dee]] and [[Heather Lake|Heather Lakes]] are just to the north and [[Kwaddis Lake]] is just to the south.
  
Note that due to that area's popularity camping near Thomas Lake, as well as nearby Dee Lake, Heather, Eunice, and Lake Kwaddis, is permitted in designated spots only. See this map for [http://www.fs.usda.gov/Internet/FSE_MEDIA/stelprdb5173001.pdf  designated camp spots].   
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Note that due to that area's popularity camping near Thomas Lake, as well as nearby Dee Lake, Heather, Eunice, and Lake Kwaddis, is permitted in designated spots only. Click on brochure image for a campsite map with coordinates.   
  
  
 
=== Contributors ===
 
=== Contributors ===
 
* [[User:Stevefromdodge|Stevefromdodge]] (creator)
 
* [[User:Stevefromdodge|Stevefromdodge]] (creator)

Latest revision as of 19:21, 10 September 2017

Late fall reflection on Thomas Lake (Steve Hart)
Thomas Lake (Steve Hart)
Designated Campsites Brochure

Description

Thomas Lake is the first major lake on the Thomas Lake Trail. It's known for it's good trout fishing. Dee and Heather Lakes are just to the north and Kwaddis Lake is just to the south.

Note that due to that area's popularity camping near Thomas Lake, as well as nearby Dee Lake, Heather, Eunice, and Lake Kwaddis, is permitted in designated spots only. Click on brochure image for a campsite map with coordinates.


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