Coboconk is also located on the border of the geographic townships of Bexley and Somerville, at the junction of Highway 35 and Kawartha Lakes Road 48. The village of Coboconk lies on the Northern tip of Balsam Lake and the Southern end of Shadow Lake, within the Gull River Valley. This southernmost point of the Gull River drainage system is a major system for controlling the Trent-Severn Waterway. It also lies on the ridge of the Limestone region of South-Central Ontario and the Precambrian Granite Canadian Shield of the North. Surrounded by water, Coboconk is a charming lake town that offers a unique 'island' like feel. Coboconk cottages offer year-round recreational opportunities such as boating, swimming, fishing, ice-fishing & snowmobiling.
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.
Balsam Lake is the nearest lake to Coboconk. To learn more about the current cottage market on Balsam Lake, please visit our Balsam Lake Real Estate ~ Market Value Update page provided by David Donais, Sales Representative/Owner of Kawartha Waterfront Realty.