The Kawartha Lakes stretch across Ontario in a series of long, loop-like passages. They offer unlimited cruising, both on and off the main waterway.
In total the lakes are almost 70 miles long and comprise a dozen or more lakes ranging from tiny Lovesick Lake to 14-mile-long Sturgeon Lake. Canals and locks connect the lakes with a number of small, quaint towns in between.
This is one of the most rugged and beautiful passages of the waterway. It is an ideal spot to cruise slowly and relish side trips. Scenic anchorages abound.
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