Calabogie Lake is situated in the Lanark Highlands and is touted as a 4-season outdoor adventure. Calabogie has a long history of logging including a dam built in 1912 which created Calabogie Lake we know today. Within an easy drive from Ottawa, Calabogie Lake provides excellent water opportunities for Ontario's 2nd largest city.
A mixture of cottages, homes, and lots are available on Calabogie Lake (see below).
The west end of Calabogie Lake contains the bays of Legrees Bay, Sand Bay and McNeeleys Bay - while the south end contains Nettletons Bay, Little Sand Bay, and Camerons Bay - while the largest bay of Calabogie Lake is in the eastern side with Grassy Bay.
One can easily see why Lanark Highlands is considered one of Ontario's top maple syrup producers.
Calabogie Lake (and the Madawaska River) contributes to Ontario's hydro power.
Calabogie provides the perfect scenario for those looking to enjoy quiet campfires by the water.
Calabogie Lake and surrounding area provide all sorts of summer activities - boating, wake boarding, paddling, fishing, swimming, hiking, golfing, kayaking, various nature. For those into high speed thrills there is the Calabogie Motorsports race track.
Like almost every mid-size lake, the smoothness of Calabogie Lake is dependent on wind conditions - from dead calm to slightly wavey.
Water Details of Calabogie Lake
FedBy: Springs, Barret Chute, Norcan Lake
DrainsInto: Lake Madawaska (through the Madawaska River)
Estimated Number of Cottages: 250