Maple Lake

Maple Lake is located north of Carnarvon and west of Haliburton and is easily reached via Highway 118 on its southern shores and North Shore Road for northern lake access.  The village of Carnarvon and the town of Haliburton are both minutes away for shopping, dining and other amenities.  Maple is part of a 3 lake chain that connects with Green Lake and Pine Lakes.

Lake Definition:

Elevation:  1,033 ft (310m)
Latitude:  45° 06’
Longitude:  78° 40’
Surface Area 83 acres (33 ha)
Perimeter 7 miles / 11 km
Maximum Depth:  123 ft / 37 m
Mean Depth 38.6 ft / 11.5 m


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Maple Lake is annually stocked with Lake Trout.  Anglers also fish for both largemouth and smallmouth bass.  A population of muskie does also exist in the lake, although fishing for this is generally fairly slow.


The Haliburton County Snowmobile Association’s main B trail is conveniently located to Maple Lake, with access to the east or the south.  Trail #6 also connects to the B trail and can be found at Highway 118 just to the east of the lake.  You can plan your route using the OFSC interactive mapping system.



Discover and explore some of the region’s best hiking trails located in the Township of Algonquin Highlands convenient to Maple Lake.

There are over 38 kilometres of back-country hiking and walking trails in the area. They journey through mystical forests, meander along scenic rivers, ascend to amazing lookouts and arrive at one-of-a-kind heritage sites. You’ll find hiking trails that suit all levels of skill and ability.

Public Boat Launch on Maple Lake

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