Most of the land surrounding the properties on the Hawk Lakes is Crown Land which allows access to thousands of acres of Crown property.
The majority of the cottage properties on Little Hawk Lake are water access only (ie – no road). As of 2019, there were a reported 126 properties on the lake.
Similar to most of the deep cool water lakes in the Haliburton region, Little Hawk has great lake trout fishing. Anglers will also find smallmouth and largemouth bass in this lake system. You can find a public boat launch at the sound end of the lake off Little Hawk Lake Rd, which you can view in Google Maps here.
The main B trail of the The Haliburton County Snowmobile Association trails are conveniently located at the south end of Little Hawk Lake allowing great trail access for riders. The #11 trail is a staked trail that goes up the western portion of the lake. You can plan your route on the OFSC site using the interactive trail map.
You can find more information out about this beautiful lake at the Halls and Hawk Lakes Property Owners Association http://www.hallshawklakes.ca/
Elevation: 354 m (1180 ft)
Surface Area: 340 ha (840 ac)
Mean Depth: 30.1 m (100.5 ft)
Max Depth: 85.5 m (285 ft)
Shoreline Length: 18.2 km