Redstone Lake is a lake located in geographic Guilford Township in the Municipality of Dysart et al, Haliburton County in Central Ontario, Canada. It is in the Great Lakes Basin and is part of the Gull River system.
The primary inflow is the Redstone River at arriving via two channels at the northwest from Pelaw Lake and from Little Redstone Lake. A secondary inflow is Harburn Creek at the northeast. There are two primary outflows that are both controlled by dams and that both lead to the Gull River. The East Redstone River at the southeast leads to Eagle Lake further downstream, and the Redstone River at the southwest leads to Green Lake further downstream. The Gull River flows as part of the Trent–Severn Waterway via the Trent River to Lake Ontario. Since the Gull River system flows to the summit of the waterway at Balsam Lake, its tributaries including Redstone Lake serve as an important water flow control reservoir.
Average traveling time from the GTA to Redstone Lake - (Dysart et al) is 2 hours 49 mins
|Redstone Lake Size (median 84 ha)||1190 ha (2941 Acres)|
|Redstone Lake max Depth||83 m (272 ft)|
|Redstone Lake median Depth||21.90 m (72 ft)|
|Redstone Lake Perimeter||38.20 km (23.74 Miles)|
|Redstone Lake Altitude (median 290 m)||365 m (1198 ft)|
|Redstone Lake is in the District of||Haliburton|
|Redstone Lake is in the Municipality of||Dysart et al|
|Redstone Lake is in the Township of||Guilford|
|Local Name||Red Stone Lake|
|Much of the above data for Redstone Lake is compliments of the Muskoka Water Web maintained by The District Municipality of Muskoka|
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