Koshlong Lake can be accessed by following County Road 1 south of Haliburton to Koshlong Lake Rd, with the northern portions being about 11km from town. The eastern shores are reached by following County Road 3, with roads such as Fallowfield, Sapphire and Woverine taking you to the various bays.
According to Angler’s Atlas, confirmed species in Koshlong Lake are: walleye, muskie, yellow perch, largemouth bass, smallmouth bass, lake trout, rock bass and pumpkinseed.
Koshlong is another lake in the Haliburton Highlands that is well known for its rocky, rugged shoreline, for those looking for that ‘Algonquin’ feel. There is a large amount of Crown Land along the shores of Koshlong, which is makes it popular for those looking for large lake that is not as populated with cottages as some others may be. Koshlong has a few arms and bays, which gives you a lot of shoreline to explore. The lake is almost 5km long and about 2.5km wide.
Koshlong Lake has a surface area of 990 acres, an average depth of 34 ft and a maximum depth of 140 ft. Follow the link to learn more about the Koshlong Lake Association.