Kawagama Lake Cottage

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Kawagama Lake is the largest lake in Haliburton, it stretches for 18 km in length and is bordered by 115 km of beautiful shoreline.

One third of its shoreline is pristine unpopulated crown land, with its waters known as among the cleanest in Ontario.

Located in the Algonquin Highlands, south of Algonquin Provincial Park, this lake is just 8 km east of the town of Dorset.

The Original Indian name for the lake was Kahweambejewagamog - “The Lake of Many Echoes”. 

There are plenty of beautiful islands, bays, and inlets, with scenic canoe routes that follow into surrounding lakes, such as picturesque Bear Lake & secluded Kimball Lake.

Kawagama has earned a fine reputation for fishing, especially for lake trout and bass. 

During peak season, water temperatures at the dock hover around 74° to 76°, perfect for swimming. 

Kawagama Lake is very clear with no weeds or zebra mussels, and has a maximum depth of 240 feet. 

The area is reminiscent of the Muskoka lakes 40 yrs ago; quiet, clean and a place where you can wake up to the call of the Loon!  

The Lake is extremely peaceful during the week, a little busier on summer weekends, but is not densely populated, the way we like it best!


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This site was last updated 10/01/09