The Burntstick Lake Campground (sometimes referred to as Burnstick Lake) is a rustic recreation area that is located 3 km west and 15 km south of Caroline.
Burntstick Lake offers something for everyone, including boating, fishing, water skiing, camping and a picnic area. The lake is about 3 km long and has an abundance of pike, perch and walleye. A small store is available for your convenience. The store has wood, ice, bait, food, ice cream, candy, personal care, beverages, mementos, paper products, beach toys and accessories and a little bit of everything else. The sandy beach, boat launch, ATV staging area, playground and horseshoe pit provide enjoyable options for visitors.
Burntstick Lake Campground is open in April (weather permitting) to the end of October (weather permitting). There is always something happening.
The campground has 34 seasonal campsites, 2 power campsites, 26 regular campsites and 8 tenting sites as well as a group site (the sites are not serviced and water is considered non-potable as it is not treated with chlorine). Non-potable water is tested every couple weeks
and is good well water. Water is not chlorinated but has been tested and is fine to use and drink.