William's Landing 18 cottages are spread-out along 3,000 feet of rugged and beautifully treed shoreline on Kashagawigamog Lake. The lake itself is located in the Haliburton Highlands, a vast region of more than 600 lakes that stretch from the village of Norland on Highway 35 to as far north as Algonquin Park. It is the central lake in a five-lake chain running southwest from the town of Haliburton to as far as Minden. Lake Kashagawigamog consists of 817 Hectares (2,019 acres) of water surface. The lake is one of the largest lakes in the Haliburton area. It gets its name from the Native word for "long and winding waters." Sixteen km long and about one km wide, the lake is part of a chain of four other lakes including Head Lake on which the village of Haliburton is situated. Boating is endless and even allows boat access to the public docks in town.  Fishing for bass and muskie, and walleye in Lake Kashagawigamog is excellent. The lake is also one of the best areas in the Haliburton Highlands for catching walleye through the ice. 

Helpful Links:

  • Lake Kashagawigamog's volunteer-based community organization:  lko.ca.  
  • Harper Power Sports & Marine Ltd.(HPSM) is a long time established recreational products dealership where boats can be purchased, rented and serviced harper-marine.com
  • Angler's Atlas is a fantastic resource centre for online anglers providing detailed fishing maps.www.anglersatlas.com
  • Water Sports - Ski-Mazing Water SportsAO Boatwerks Paddling School (Whitewater Rafting, Kayaking and Canoeing

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