Our cottage is right on lake. A beautiful lake called Kawagama Lake. I spent so many summers there as a child. I am very familiar with the lake and strangely enough have never looked for information on the lake itself. I was reading a cottage magazine and found out some interesting facts about the lake.
Kawagama Lake is the largest lake in the Haliburton Highlands. The northern part of the lake is the Algonquin Highlands. Kawagama Lake is land locked. It is fed by several smaller lakes many of which flow out of near by Algonquin Provincial Park. Kawagama then feeds in to several other lakes, most notably Lake of Bays via the Hollow river. The town of Dorset is the close by and is a beautiful little place to visit.
Kawagama Lake Facts
Water Surface: 32 sq Km Depth 73.2m (240 ft) Approx. Elevation 355 m (1166 ft.) Perimeter 115 km (71 mi) Other Names For Lake. Hollow Lake, Rel's Lake.
Above: Hollow River
Below: Kawagama Lake