October 2019

Found 3 blog entries for October 2019.

Harp Lake

 

If you haven’t heard of Harp Lake before, let us introduce you to this gem in Muskoka. With a surface area of 0.72 km2 Harp Lake is small and scenic. Take in the sights and sounds of the lake while having a morning coffee. The lake is conveniently located 15 minutes from the town of Huntsville and will give you access to a variety of grocery stores, gas stations, restaurants and local festivals in the summer. 

 The local boat launch is located on the northwest corner of the lake on Harp Lake Road. Motorized boats are welcome! Some of the fish species that call this lake home include smallmouth bass, yellow perch, brook trout and lake trout.  

If you like being active there are many choices nearby. Whether its golf, hiking, downhill skiing

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Lake of the Week Lake Vernon

Located less than 10 minutes from the Town of Huntsville, Lake Vernon is a wonderful choice for a vacation home. Lake Vernon is the largest of four connected lakes. Easy access to Mary Lake, Fairy Lake and Peninsula Lake allows for endless boating and exploring possibilities. There is no shortage of activities in this four-season Muskoka destination.

During the summer Lake Vernon Association coordinates family-friendly events such as BBQs, golf tournaments, and family fun day at the beach. If you like waterfalls, head over to Hood Rapids. It is located between Lake Vernon and Fox Lake. In the fall, experience the magnificent fall foliage around the lake or on a trail. In the winter you can take advantage of 15 km of cross country ski trails right

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Kahshe Lake

Welcome to Kahshe Lake, a natural wonderland. It is located only 13 minutes south of Gravenhurst. Kahshe Lake is one of the biggest and most southern lakes in the Muskoka region which is great news if you are travelling from Southern Ontario. The lake drains into the Kahshe River and is considered a tea lake.

 The shape of Kahshe Lake is quite unique. There are multiple bays and inlets with a shoreline that is anything but ordinary. It also adds to the beauty of the area. Several islands are sprinkled throughout the water body, the largest by far being Boyd Island. If you would like to explore the lake by boat you can head to one of two different boat launches. Kluey Bay Landing on the north side and South Kahshe Lake Road launch on the South side.

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