Pigeon Lake in the Kawartha’s is part of the tri- lake chain consisting of Pigeon Lake, Chemong Lake and Buckhorn Lake. For those looking for longer trips you can travel the entire length of the Trent Severn Waterway passing through Pigeon Lake.
Interestingly historic industries like lumber mills increased local development. This development in turn led to steps being taken towards building the famous Trent Severn Waterway.
Public boat launches are located on the north end off of Front St. East. There is one on the south end by the bridge, along County Road 14. Finally there is a launch at Emily Provincial Park.
The surface Area is approximately 5,344 hectors (13,200 acres) the max depth is approximately 17.4 m (57feet) and the average depth is 3 m (9.8feet).
Pigeon Lake is a popular destination for many visitors to the area. There are numerous resorts, trailer parks and camping spots in the area.
This is also a local hotspot for fishing. The lake plays host to several fishing tournaments during the summer months.
Major fish species are small and largemouth bass, walleye, yellow perch, carp, muskellunge as well as a number of panfish.
Additionally locals and visitors to the area are drawn to this favourite. A trip to beautiful Bobcaygeon isn’t complete without a stop at Kawartha Dairy. Locally made, this ice cream is a sure hit with a variety of flavours.
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