Miskwabi Lake

Miskwabi Lake is conveniently located about 18km east of the town of Haliburton and accessed via Hwy 118 to Trappers Trail.  Miskwabi Lake is known for its deep, clear waters and rocky, well treed ‘Algonquin’ topography.

Miskwabi has great lake trout fishing due to the very deep holding areas.  Smallmouth and largemouth bass are also very plentiful sportfish in the lake.  You can find a public boat launch off Trappers Trail Road, at the southwestern shore.

The Haliburton County Snowmobile Trails are conveniently located around Miskwabi Lake allowing great trail access for riders.

There is a great community spirit on the lake and the Lake Association hosts many annual events, such as a Pontoon Flotilla Day, Golf Day, and more.  http://www.mymaca.net

Public Access:  The public boat launch is located at 1607 Trappers Trail Road.

Lake Definition:

Elevation:  360 m (1200 ft)
Surface Area:  268 ha (670 ac)
Mean Depth:  18.8 m (62.7 ft)
Max Depth:  43.5 m (145 ft)
Perimeter:  11 km (7 mi)
Latitude:  45 ° 03’ 00” N
Longitude:  78 ° 19’ 00” W

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