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Kawagama Lake waterfront property contains some of the most stunning views in Haliburton County, popular for their sublime capture of this immense body of water, dotted with islands across the horizon.
The immensity of the lake is exemplified by how many islands are contained within it (many of which are uninhabited and free to explore), such as:
Big Trout Island
East Long Island
The shoreline around Kwagama Lake is slightly sloped, so properties will often have naturally landscaped steps leading down to sandy beaches or docks for mooring boats or fishing directly off of.
Boating is a popular activity among Kawagama Lake residents, as is fishing — Smallmouth bass and lake trout thrive in this body of water, and with views like the ones found here, it’s difficult to have a bad day of fishing.
The shore around Kawagama Lake is connected by a vast network of trails that make for some incredible jogs, hikes, and bike rides. During the winter months, these get prepared as snowmobile trails, making for a totally different experience.
Kawagama Lake is one of the largest of the many nearby lakes in the area, such as:
Only two hours and forty-five minutes from the Greater Toronto Area, Kawagama Lake makes for a perfect second property retreat, investment property, or a perfect place to work remotely from.
Anywhere from a twenty to thirty minute drive (depending on where you’re situated on the lake) is the quaint, small town of Dorset to the west, an idyllic village based around Hollow River that keeps Kawagama Lake residents stocked with necessities. Dorset also includes a museum, local restaurants, and a public beach and park area, making it the ideal location for a brief day trip.
Kawagama Lake Waterfront Cottages
Typical to Haliburton County, the Kawagama Lake shoreline is dotted with cottages in a variety of shapes, sizes, and styles.
Smaller, bungalow-style cottages usually have covered decks or sunrooms, perfect for visiting with friends and family with one of Canada's best views as a backdrop.
Larger Kawagama Lake cottages for sale are typically made up of two-story, modern, and upgraded cottages with spacious wrap-around patios, some even accommodating hot tubs. Walkout basements lead out to patios for fishing, boating, or stargazing and watching the gorgeous Ontario sunset.
Regardless of size, Kawagama Lake properties are generally wooden structures, with tall cathedral-style ceilings and floor-to-ceiling windows for letting in lots of natural light.
Many cottages for sale in Kawagama Lake offer large plots of land which are perfect for those who love their privacy in between neighbours' homes, or even room to run around in with the kids or guests when they come to visit (and they'll certainly want to).
Undeveloped lots are also available at Kawagama Lake, so homebuyers can build their dream homes to their exact specifications.
Expect only the best of views and an undeniable connection of immersing yourself in the Haliburton lifestyle with Kawagama Lake cottages for sale - from incredible interiors to just as immaculate exteriors, these properties will blow you away.
FAQs About Kawagama Lake
Q: What is the largest lake in Haliburton?
A: Kawagama Lake is the largest lake in Haliburton, over sixteen kilometres in length.
Q: What is Lake Kawagama's max depth?
A: Kawagama Lake's max depth is 67 metres.
Q: What township is Kawagama Lake located in?
A: Kawagama Lake is located in the Algonquin Highlands Township.
Q: What does the name Kawagama mean?
A: Kawagama is Native for “hollow".
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