Cameron Lake is situated around the town of Fenelon Falls in the Kawartha Lakes Region of Ontario and is a mile north of Sturgeon Lake. Cameron Lake is twenty-three feet above Sturgeon Lake and drains via the Fenelon River. The lake occupies the expanse between locks 33 and 34 on the Trent-Severn Waterway.
Cameron Lake stretches four miles from north to south and two miles from east to west. The lake is quite deep, reaching 49 feet in some parts. The lake is home to the Lakers Islands, or Boyd Island and Rathbun Island. Much of the shoreline is dotted with cottages and waterfront homes.
It is popular with boaters and fisherman. Small-and large-mouth bass, walleye, and muskie are found in the lake.
The lake is also known for its crystal-clear water. After all, Cameron Lake, happily, is not eutrophic since it has a strong flushing rate which counteracts its high phosphorus loading.
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Cameron Lake Stats
Depth: 18.3 metres at the deepest point and averages about 6.3 metres
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