Coboconk is located on the border of the geographic townships of Bexley and Somerville, at the junction of Highway 35 and Kawartha Lakes Road 48. It is also on the northern tip of Balsam Lake, and the southernmost point of the Gull River drainage system, a major system for controlling the Trent-Severn Waterway. Coboconk is a friendly, rich in history town that can be a final destination or a starting point for a beautiful autumn trip to see the fall colours.
Size: Approx. 800 people
Nearest Towns: Rosedale, Norland
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Coboconk cottages - Kawartha Waterfront Realty Inc
Gail McCormack's offices are located about an hour's drive from Toronto, in Coboconk at the the heart of the Kawartha Lakes region. With its sweeping bedrock, windswept pines and clear blue water, it is reminiscent of many places five hours further north! If you're looking for a cottage in Haliburton or the Kawarthas, call Gail McCormack at (705) 454-3544 or toll-free at 1-877-992-9927 to learn more.
Kawartha Lakes is a picturesque area which truly reflects the origin of the name it bears. "Kawartha" is an Ojibwa word meaning "shining waters". Just over one hour northeast of Toronto Ontario, there are over 250 lakes, waterways and rivers linked by the scenic Trent-Severn waterway, together providing an array of recreational choices for boaters, canoeists and fisherman. Take in the fresh air as you hike, cycle or ski the extensive network of trails. Visit our charming communities year round as they celebrate their culture and heritage at agricultural fairs to studio tours and seasonal festivals.
Some of the towns and villages include Lindsay, Bobcaygeon, Fenelon Falls, Sturgeon Point, Rosedale, Cameron, Kirkfield, Coboconk, Norland & Kinmount. Some of the larger lakes include Balsam Lake, Cameron Lake, Four Mile Lake, Shadow Lake and Sturgeon Lake. The waterfront districts include Balsam, Cameron, Canal, Four Mile,Head, Shadow, Sturgeon, Burnt River & Gull River.
Come for a day... a week... a lifetime.
Experience our hospitality and in doing so, you will surely "Catch the Kawartha spirit".
For more information on buying or selling your cottage in the picturesque Kawartha Lakes region, contact Gail McCormack at 705-454-3544 or email her directly at email@example.com.
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