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Eagle Lake Waterfront Cottages
Located over 68,000 acres of water, Eagle Lake contains an abundance of options for some of the most picturesque waterfront cottages in Haliburton County, Ontario.
Eagle Lake is full of upscale neighborhoods that wind around this peaceful lake, containing gorgeous estates that make ideal second homes for weekend getaways or income-producing properties.
These Eagle Lake waterfront cottages are located less than five minutes from the town of Eagle Lake, providing residents with easy access to amenities like gas, LCBO, post office, groceries, and a public sandy beach and boat access.
The town of Haliburton lies just 15 minutes south of Eagle Lake, providing residents with multiple options for shopping, parks, and local boutiques.
Eagle Lake itself is made up of multiple secluded inlets and bays, so every waterfront cottage has its own unique view of this incredible lake.
On the eastern side of Eagle Lake is a small, boat-accessed island that spans less than 500 meters. Homes here are hard to find, but provide some of the best views in Ontario from this private island.
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Eagle Lake Real Estate
Eagle Lake waterfront cottages are as beautiful as they are spacious, with many properties containing wrap-around decks that look out onto the beautiful lakeside scenery with private access to sandy beaches.
Pools, hot tubs, and fire pits are common outdoor features of Eagle Lake waterfront cottages, the perfect setting for intimate gatherings while basking in the beauty of the starry Ontario sky.
Inside, these roomy homes have up to five bedrooms, with large primary bedrooms containing walk-in closets and full private bathrooms.
Kitchens in Eagle Lake waterfront cottages are large enough to impress any chef, outfitted with modern appliances, islands, and elegant marble or quartz countertops.
Oversized, multi-vehicle garages are popular in Eagle Lake real estate, providing owners with enough space to store their ski equipment in the summer, and biking gear in the winter.
Things To Do In Eagle Lake
Eagle Lake residents are never far from things to do, with so many opportunities for activities in the area.
For hiking enthusiasts, you can head over to the Eagle Lake Trails which wind through dense forests, and offer stunning views of the surrounding beauty and landscapes. Immerse yourself fully in the tranquility and peacefulness of the wilderness as you embark on a scenic hike, where you may encounter a variety of wildlife and a number of hidden gems along the way.
Just south of Eagle Lake is the historic Sir Sam’s Ski/Ride, where locals can enjoy skiing in the winter and spend the summer months exploring the many trails that wind through the forest in Ontario’s second oldest family-run ski hill.
Boating, fishing, and other water sports are common activities on this family-friendly lake, while winter affords multiple opportunities for locals to ski, snowboard and skate in the nearby area.
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Eagle Lake FAQs
Q: How many types of fish are available in Eagle Lake?
A: There are several species including 5 popular ones of Walleye, Northern Pike, Muskie, Smallmouth Bass, Lake Trout, and Whitefish. It is also the only lake in Northwest Ontario to have produced muskies over 60 pounds.
Q: How many islands does Eagle Lake encompass?
A: It can be viewed as several smaller lakes connected by bays with over 490 islands.
Q: What is the length of Eagle Lake?
A: Eagle Lake has a length of 70 miles made up of many bays.
Q: What is the depth of Eagle Lake?
A: The average depth of Eagle Lake is 22' and the deepest part goes as far as 110'.
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