Stockton Island

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Aerial view
Shore

Stockton Islands is also a group of islands north of Alaska.

Stockton Island is one of the Apostle Islands, in Lake Superior, in northern Wisconsin, and is part of the Apostle Islands National Lakeshore.[1]

The largest island included in the national lakeshore, it is host to numerous trails and campsites. The island is also known for its high concentration of black bears, and a unique lagoon ecosystem with multiple carnivorous plants and low bush blueberries, as well as the singing sand found in Julian Bay.[2]

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  1. ^ Stockton
  2. ^ National Park Service Stockton Island brochure <http://www.nps.gov/apis/planyourvisit/upload/Stockton-Island.pdf>

Coordinates: 46°56′17″N 090°34′43″W / 46.93806°N 90.57861°W / 46.93806; -90.57861