Steve Commaford, MN

I have been staying at Miles Bay Camp for over thirty years and can recommend it to anyone looking for a relaxing getaway with excellent fishing. My first encounter with the camp came about in the mid 1970’s when I stopped in to see what the camp was like and Agnes gave us a tour of the facilities. We had been camping on various islands around the lake for 4-5 years and decided that Miles Bay Camp was just what we needed. To this day, some 30+ years later and with three generations of owner/operators we have never been disappointed. As a guest you will be treated as a part of the family as long as you do not feed the dogs (Trigger and Cinder) or smuggle in an electric coffee pot or toaster. I get along just fine with the percolator and stove top toaster but when it comes to the dogs I have a soft spot for those pleading eyes, I just have to keep an eye out for Matt :o) The location in Miles Bay is perfect. Those that like to fish close by the camp will find excellent Walleye, Crappie, Northern, Muskie and Small mouth fishing within a mile. My sons and I prefer to wander as far as fifteen miles to explore new areas and have done very well, although those that hang close to the camp do just as well. In addition the wildlife is abundant we have seen Eagles, Black Bear, Deer, Moose, Pileated Woodpeckers and Otters. Be sure to bring your camera. In short you will not find a more economical or pleasant facility to stay at than Tolton’s Miles Bay Camp. Steve Commaford Coon Rapids, Minnesota