Lake Joseph is located in Sequin Township, Ontario and is connected to Lake Rosseau through the narrows at Port Sandfield and the Joseph River.
Lake Joseph’s lots are generally bigger than those on nearby Rosseau and Muskoka and the lake is dotted with dozens of majestic islands, both privately owned and uninhabited.
You cannot truly appreciate the allure of Lake Joseph without appreciating the beauty of the cottages and houses that sit on its shores. These buildings are almost always just as breathtaking as the landscapes around them.
Port Sandfield is a small village that was formed when a canal was built connecting Lake Joseph to Lake Rosseau. Today, it’s a hub in Muskoka featuring a marina, an upscale food market, specialty food and beverage shops, and a few upscale housewares shops.
Lake Joe, as it’s affectionately known, is a popular place to fish for lake trout, smallmouth bass, northern pike, whitefish, and muskie. It also offers a variety of year-round sport and recreation opportunities.
With art galleries, world-class golf, and fine dining just a short boat or car ride away, contact me today to discover why Lake Joseph should be on your must-see list.
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