Kashwakamak Lake is located in the Township of North Frontenac, north of Highway # 7 and east of Highway # 41.
SIZE / DEPTH:
Perimeter - 65.5 kilometres
Surface area - 2866 acres
Length - 15.1 kilometres
Maximum Depth - 22 metres
Width - 0.8 kilometres
Mean Depth - 8.4 metres
The quality of Kashwakamak Lake is very good. Chlorophyll a concentrations, the green pigment found in algae has increased since 1974 from 2.0 micrograms per litre to 3.0 in 1993. Chlorophyll a levels average 1.8 micrograms per litre indicating increasing nutrients and algae levels with a moderate decline in water clarity. Kashwakamak Lake remains a moderately enriched or a mesotrophic lake, conditions suitable for a variety of recreational water-based activities.
# of Resorts - *12 (as of 1976)
*Aragain Lodge (15 cottages, 7 rooms)
*Perrys Point Tent & Trailer Park
*Borehams Cottages (6 cottages)
*Twin Oakes Lodge (13 cottages)
*Happy Landing Lodge (10 cottages)
*Hideaway Camp (13 campsites)
*Kai-Ora Camp (7 cottages, 40 campsites)
*Woodcrest Park (100 campsites)
*Kings Cottages (10 cottages)
*Fernleigh Lodge (19 cottages)
*Evergreen Lodge (8 cottages, 26 campsites)
*Camp Kashwakamak (50 campsites)
# of Cottages - 445 (as of 1976)
Permanent Residence -1 (as of 1980)
Vacant Lots - 58 (as of 1976)
A survey done in 1987 revel the number of permanent and seasonal residents equal 377.
Kashwakamak can be reached via Highway # 506 and a public access road, just east of the village of Myers Cave. A second access located on the south shore of the lake, 4.8 kilometres north of the settlement of Harlowe.
Walleye (Yellow Pickerel),Largemouth Bass, White Sucker, Northern Pike, Lake Herring (Cisco), Smallmouth Bass, Yellow Perch.
Zebra Mussels (as of 1998)
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