Big Island is the only island on Big Bass Lake that is highly populated. Of the remaining four, Haunted Island now has a lone tenant while Four Winds Island’s onwer maintains the buildings that were once owned by Camp Martin Johnson. Grandma’s Hat and Turtle Island are not inhabited by people.

This is a view from Big Island looking north through the “narrows” of Big Bass Lake. In the distance would be both Four Winds and Turtle Islands which are in close proximity one to the other. This is the corridor that speedboats use to get to the southern parts of the lake be it southeast or southwest.

This is one great view of the narrows of Big Bass Lake. Do any of our readers live on Big Island? Let us know by way of a comment. This island used to be known as Waite Island, named after its founder. The bridge leading to the island is named after him.