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Just slightly inland from Georgian Bay and Honey Harbour, there are multiple lakes with calmer waters and views that rival any other in the area. The two most prominent are Go Home Lake and Six Mile Lake.
Six Mile Lake is primarily known for it's provincial park. The calm waters of the lake are perfect for swimming, canoeing, fishing, and scenic hiking.
Go Home Lake was created in the 1950s by the construction of 2 dams. The lake is approximately 8km long, and ranges in width. The lake is fed by the Musquash River and the Go Home River, both of which empty into Georgian Bay. The result of these dams are beautiful waterfalls which allow for great picnics and canoe portages during the summer as well as a destination for winter snowmobiling and snow shoeing.
The Go Home Lake waterfalls are a beautiful feature. Take a trip with the family by canoe, kayak or boat and pack a picnic for the ride.
Embrace the outdoors with a hike through the trails around Six Mile Lake or Go Home Lake to explore the wildlife.
Both Six Mile Lake and Go Home Lake have a number of historic marinas that will be your first stop on the way to the cottage.
Pick up a fishing license from one of the local stores and spend a quiet day on the water, catching fresh fish for dinner.
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