Four Mile Lake is a 15 minute drive north from Fenelon Falls, and is located just east of Shadow Lake. As per its name, it is four miles long and approximately one mile wide. Four Mile Lake is located in the transition zone between the limestone belt to the south and the Precambrian country to the north. As a result, it has a great variety of waterfront types, ranging from flat, level and landscaped lots to smooth, rugged granite shoreline. It is one of the highest elevation lakes in the region and as it is spring-fed, boasts some of the cleanest water.
The lake has rocky shores and is relatively calm throughout most of the summer. A public boat launch is operated throughout limited hours to provide boat access to the lake. Boat traffic is usually moderate, and popular activities include water-skiing, wake-boarding, tubing, and fishing. Numerous species of fish can be found in the lake, including brown bullhead, lake herring, largemouth bass, muskellunge, pumpkinseed, rock bass, smallmouth bass, white sucker, yellow perch, and walleye.
Four Mile Lake is a closed lake system with no navigable access to other lakes. The lake provides a community to approximately 450 cottages and homes. The Four Mile Lake Association is very active working together to preserve the present character of the lake.
Four Mile Lake - piece of paradise just two hours from Toronto.
Depth: 19.2 metres at its greatest depth, and averages about 8.5 metres