Rose Lake , Ontario


Rose Lake is a quiet, tranquil lake with a mixture of sandy and silty bottom. Many of the cottagers use Rose Lake to get away from the city for the weekend. Between the occasional canoer to the occasional loon, Rose Lake nurishes inner peace.

Adding to its value, three quarters of the land surrounding Rose Lake is untouched crown land.

The summer sun glistening off the lake causes appearances of pixie dust being sprinkled on the lake.


Water Details of Rose Lake

Midpoint: 46.372944,-83.65948

Estimated Number of Cottages: 20

History of Rose Lake

A history of logging have contributed to the soft somewhat silty bottom.


Rose Lake attracts a variety of animals including loons, bears, and is a favourite spot for Sandtail Cranes.