Mississagua Lake has a small dam at one of its openings that connect it to the many other lakes in the region such as Buckhorn Lake and Catchacoma Lake. Mississagua Lake is home to many aquatic species such as ducks, loons, and heron.
In the forests around the lake, you can find deer, black bears, fox, and turkeys. The area contains several privately owned cottages, some owned by professional ice hockey players in the NHL.
Some interesting and important information about Mississagua Lake is the surface area is approximately 697.4 hectares (1724acers). The maximum depth is approximately 40m (130 feet), and the average depth is approximately 18m (58 feet).
Public boat launch is located at the south end off Dam Road and at the end of West Bay Road on the west side of the lake.
Major fish species that can be found in the lake include: lake trout, smallmouth bass, cisco and perch.
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