Dewolf Point Professional Review and Guide
"Overlooking the Lake of the Isles and backing up against Wellesley Island State Park, Dewolf Point is on the small side, but campers gain free access to the much larger neighbor on the other side of I-81. Tent sites, arranged in a loop with a comfort station and shower house in the middle, have partial shade. Ideal for anglers and boaters, the main camping area might be described as cozy overall. For more money, shoreline cabins, which can each sleep up to four people, can be rented by the night or the week. A variety of easy to moderate trails fan out from the nature center at Wellesley Island next door, and are easily combined to form longer hikes with views of Eel Bay, South Bay, and the Narrows. For filling homemade snacks, stop by the Backdoor Bakeshop at the historic Wellesley Hotel on St. Lawrence Avenue and pick up cupcakes, cookies, tarts, or pizza to go."