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Gilleach Lake - (Bracebridge)

Gilleach Lake is located in the geographic township of Macaulay on the eastern boundry of the Town of Bracebridge. Gilleach Lake is known as a headwater lake, meaning that it has no upstream lakes, and it flows via Sage Creek to the North Branch of the Muskoka River.

Average traveling time from the GTA to Gilleach Lake - (Bracebridge) is 2 hours 7 mins


Lake Size (median 84 ha)38 ha (94 Acres)
Lake max Depth18 m (59 ft)
Lake Altitude (median 290 m)320 m (1050 ft)
DistrictMuskoka
MunicipalityBracebridge
TownshipMacaulay
Local NameLoon Lake
Percentage of Shoreline which is wetland (median 9 %)10 %
Drainage BasinNorth Muskoka River
Phosphorus content in water (median 8.50 ug/L)9.70 ug/L
Watershed Area feeding the Lake (excluding lake)1.0 km2 (247 acres)
Lake Trout found in LakeNo
Water Clarity (median 3.20 m)3.00 m (10ft)
Shoreline Developmentlow; commercial, shoreline residential
Public Accessunknown
Water Level Managementnot regulated
Major Fish Species in Lakesmallmouth bass (I1946)
Other Fish Species in Lakewhite sucker, brown bullhead, pumpkinseed, golden shiner
MNR Fact Sheet for Gilleach Lake - (Bracebridge)
MNR Data Sheet for Gilleach Lake - (Bracebridge)
Notes: E: extirpated, I: introduced ‚Äď intentional or accidental, O: occasional, R: remnant, S: currently stocked, ?: status uncertain, 2009: year of first record or introduction if known, blank: presumed native
Much of the above data is compliments of the Muskoka Water Web maintained by The District Municipality of Muskoka

Cottages for Sale on Gilleach Lake - (Bracebridge)

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Topographical Map of Gilleach Lake

Topographical Map of Gilleach Lake -


Gilleach Lake Cadastral Map

Gilleach Lake Cadastral Map - Gilleach Lake

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