Kashagawigamog is the biggest of the lakes comprising a 5 lake chain that extends from Head Lake in Haliburton village at one end and almost reaches the village of Minden, with Canning Lake, at the opposite end.
Kashagawigamog Lake is a long lake and is one of the focal points of activity in the Haliburton area. It stretches southwest from the town of Haliburton and has two main access areas found off Highway 121. It is a popular tourist destination with many cottages, permanent residences and resorts. Lake Kashagawigamog gets its name from the Native word for ‘long and winding waters’. Sixteen km long and about 1km wide, the lake is a very scenic lake for boat cruising and is very popular.
Average traveling time from the GTA to Kashagawigamog Lake - (Minden) is 2 hours 11 mins
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Kashagawigamog Lake Size
81 ha (200 Acres)
The median size lake in our area is 71 ha or 175 Acres (average size 398 ha)
Kashagawigamog Lake max Depth
39 m (128 ft)
The median depth of lakes in our area is 13.5 m or 44 ft (average depth 18 m)
Kashagawigamog Lake Altitude
313 m (1027 ft)
The median altitude of lakes in our area is 290 m or 951 ft (average Altitude is 289 m)
There is a great boat launch right in the town of Haliburton. Another free launch ramp is located on the south shore, though the parking can be limited there. Note that many marinas charge a small fee to launch.
Major Fish Species in Kashagawigamog Lake
Largemouth Bass, Muskellunge, Lake Trout, Walleye, Lake Whitefish, Yellow Perch
Other Fish Species in Kashagawigamog Lake
Rainbow Smelt, Cisco, Rock Bass, Pumpkinseed, Brown Bullhead
Notes: E: extirpated, I: introduced â€“ 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 for Kashagawigamog Lake is compliments of the Muskoka Water Web maintained by The District Municipality of Muskoka