Looking for a peaceful place to have a family picnic, afternoon adventure or spend a tranquil night under the stars on Big Lake? Check out Spooner point! Spooner Point is approximately 3.5+/- acres and is mostly wooded. There are picnic tables for a small gathering, a wonderful swimming area for a refreshing dip, and a fire pit for cooking.
Spooner Point can be very easy to access however, BEWARE OF ROCK LEDGE! It is highly recommended to slow boats to an idle from a very far distance out (300-400 yards) when approaching the point and for a very long distance when departing.
- 3 Picnic Tables (2 are in need of replacement)
- Campfire Pit
- Sand Beach / Swimming Area
- Ample Boat Access
Overnight camping is welcome but is strictly by permission only. Please call Steve Cox at (603) 991-5181 or Ernest Carle at (207) 904-7767 48-72 hours in advance. Please leave the point in better condition than you found it.
We practice LEAVE NO TRACE:
- Plan ahead and prepare
- Travel and camp on durable surfaces
- Dispose of waste properly
- Leave what you find
- Minimize campfire impacts
- Respect wildlife
- Be considerate of other visitors
- Please visit Leave No Trace website for more information
History of Spooner Point
Spooner Point was donated to Big Lake Campmeeting Association in 1982 by Dr. Saunders Spooner of Providence, Rhode Island, in memory of his beloved daughter Joanne Spooner Keogh. Dr. Spooner gave the land for Big Lake Campmeeting to use for charitable and religious purposes including recreational activities. We honor the wishes of Dr. Spooner and the memory of Joanne Spooner Keogh by allowing all persons to use, recreate, relax and enjoy Gods' beauty on this peaceful point.
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