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About the Area

The Municipalities

 

About Kawartha Lakes City & Area

About Kawartha Lakes City & Area

The area has many beautiful lakes and charming towns dotting its countryside with a myriad of activities and attractions. There are over 250 lakes and rivers in the region as well as five provincial parks.

Coboconk

Coboconk

Coboconk is approximately 2 hours drive from Toronto and a half hour from Lindsay.

Fenelon Falls

Fenelon Falls

Nicknamed “The Jewel of the Kawarthas” Fenelon Falls was incorporated in 1874.

Haliburton

Haliburton

The town acts as a hub for the many cottagers and outlying communities in the region.

Bobcaygeon

Bobcaygeon

Also known as “The hub of the Kawarthas” it is located on the Trent-Severn Waterway the town contains several narrows and a lift-lock.

The Lakes & Rivers

Balsam Lake

Balsam Lake

This lake has everything you could ever want from great fishing, fantastic views, to the peace and tranquility you deserve!

Sturgeon Lake

Sturgeon Lake

Sturgeon Lake is a long and narrow lake in a Y shape.

Gull River

Gull River

Gull River flows from southern Algonquin Provincial Park to Balsam Lake on the Trent–Severn Waterway.

Head Lake

Head Lake

Head Lake is approximately a 2 hour drive from Toronto and approximately an hour from both Orillia and Lindsay.

Burnt River

Burnt River

Burnt River flows south from its source at Miskwabi Lake in Highlands East.

Shadow Lake

Shadow Lake

Shadow Lake creates ideal boating conditions for activities including canoeing, kayaking and sailing.

Four Mile Lake

Four Mile Lake

The lake has an average depth of 8.8 meters and is approximately 19 meters at its deepest point.

Cameron Lake

Cameron Lake

Cameron Lake Cameron Lake is a lake located in the Kawartha Lakes region of South Central Ontario. Cameron Lake is part of the Trent-Severn Waterway system and receives its inflows from the Burnt River in the North and Balsam Lake to the Northwest while it drains via...

Canal Lake

Canal Lake

The “Hole in the Wall” bridge crosses Canal Lake and is a designated National Historic Site of Canada.

Buckhorn Lake

Buckhorn Lake

Buckhorn Lake is also connected to the Trent-Severn Waterway with a lift lock and dam located in the town of Buckhorn.

Pigeon Lake

Pigeon Lake

Pigeon Lake is part of the Trent-Severn Waterway.

Little Bald Lake

Little Bald Lake

Little Bald Lake is a spring-fed lake connected to Pigeon Lake to the West and Big Bald lake to the East.