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Lake Rosseau

Lake Rosseau is home to many cottages, some dating back to the late 19th century. The south end of the lake is in the Township of Muskoka Lakes and the north end is in Sequin Township.

Lake Rosseau is connected to Lake Joseph through the narrows at Port Sandfield and the Joseph River. The lake is also connected to Lake Muskoka by the Indian River and the lock system at Port Carling.

The village of Rosseau, famous for its general store, quaint shops, and dining destination overlooking the lake, is a charming hamlet at the northern tip of Lake Rosseau.

Water activities such as jet skiing, waterskiing and wakeboarding, canoeing and kayaking, and swimming are what makes Lake Rosseau fun for families young and old alike. Fishing is also popular with anglers as healthy and good-sized fish such as lake trout, walleye, and bass can be caught on the lake.

With spas and retreats, year-round sports and recreation, arts, entertainment, and culture, and more just a short boat or car ride away contact me today to discover why Lake Rosseau should be on your must-see list.

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