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Fairy Lake, Huntsville
08/04/2014

The panoramic shores of Fairly Lake are the pride of the scenic town of Huntsville. Fairly Lake, Peninsula Lake, Lake Vernon and Mary Lake are all connected, creating the longest man-made waterway in Muskoka. The west and north shores of Fairy Lake sport urban views, and rolling hills and rural tranquility mark the south. One of only 11 remaining swing bridges in Ontario, The Main Street Bridge (build in 1938), can been seen when traveling from Lake Vernon to Fairy.

Click here to see Map and Access Points to Fairy Lake

  • Camp Kitchen on Camp Kitchen Rd off Brunel Rd in Huntsville
  • Off Brunel Rd at Echo Bay in Huntsville

Lake Size and Depth

 Lake
 Surface Area
 Maximum Depth
 Fairy Lake
 6.9 km2 / 2.7 mi2
 60 m / 197 ft

 

Fish Species

Fairy Lake supports a variety of fish species including:

Lake Trout
Muskellunge
Smallmouth Bass
 
 
 
Yellow Perch
Rock Bass
 
 
 

Useful Links

Cottage Association: Fairy Lake Association

Water Quality: Muskoka Water Web

Zoning Information: Check with the Town of Huntsville for the most current copy 1-705-789-1751.

 

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