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Lake Muskoka - (Muskoka Lakes)

Lake Muskoka is centrally located within the District of Muskoka with many significant areas located on and around its shores. Some of these areas include a gullery on Eleanor Island in the southern basin in addition to deer wintering yards along the northwestern shores. Hardy Lake Provincial Park is located on the northeastern shore as well as the Torrance Barrens which are situated nearby.

Average traveling time from the GTA to Lake Muskoka - (Muskoka Lakes) is 2 hours 1 min

Lake Muskoka Size (median 84 ha)12100 ha (29900 Acres)
Lake Muskoka max Depth73 m (240 ft)
Lake Muskoka median Depth18.00 m (59 ft)
Lake Muskoka Perimeter269.00 km (167.15 Miles)
Lake Muskoka Island/s Perimeter209.00 km (129.87 Miles)
Lake Muskoka Altitude (median 290 m)225 m (738 ft)
Lake Muskoka is in the District ofMuskoka
Lake Muskoka is in the Municipality ofMuskoka Lakes
Lake Muskoka is in the Township of Muskoka
Percentage of Shoreline which is wetland (median 9 %)15 %
Drainage BasinMuskoka River
Phosphorus content in water (median 8.50 ug/L)5.50 ug/L
Watershed Area feeding the Lake (excluding lake)4600.0 km2 (1136683 acres)
Lake Trout found in LakeYes
Water Clarity (median 3.20 m)3.60 m (12ft)
Shoreline DevelopmentIntense; urban, shoreline residential, commercial,
Public Access to Lake MuskokaPublic launches: Bracebridge - George Road, Beaumont Drive; Gravenhurst – Muskoka Wharf; Bala; Milford Bay and others; private access through several marinas.
Water Level ManagementRegulated; water level is controlled by MNR-owned and operated dams at Bala. Flows and levels are governed by the Muskoka River Water Management Plan.
Major Fish Species in Lake Muskoka (E), (S), lake whitefish (R), (R), (I), , , (I?), (I?), (I?)
Other Fish Species in Lake Muskokalongnose sucker, , lake chub, golden shiner, common shiner, blacknose shiner, spottail shiner, spotfin shiner (I), bluntnose minnow, black bullhead (?), brown bullhead, margined madtom (I?), trout-perch, (I), , black crappie (I 1989), , Iowa darter, logperch, cisco, Slimy Sculpin, Spoonhead Sculpin
Other Species in Lake Muskokaspiny water flea (I 1989), freshwater jellyfish (I 2002)
MNR Fact Sheet for Lake Muskoka - (Muskoka Lakes)
MNR Data Sheet for Lake Muskoka - (Muskoka Lakes)
Shoreline Land Use Map for Lake Muskoka - (Muskoka Lakes)
Notes: E: extirpated, I: introduced ā€“ 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 Lake Muskoka is compliments of the Muskoka Water Web maintained by The District Municipality of Muskoka

Lake Muskoka (East)

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Milford Bay - Lake Muskoka

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Lake Muskoka Water Flow

Lake Muskoka Water Flow - Lake Muskoka

Zoning Map of Lake Muskoka in Muskoka Lakes

Zoning Map of Lake Muskoka in Muskoka Lakes

Legend of Muskoka Lakes Zoning Map - Lake Muskoka

     Waterfront Residential
     Enviromentally Protected
     Community Residential
     Open Space
     Residential Rural
     Waterfront Landing
     Waterfront Commercial
     Waterbody Open Space

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