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waterfront just a short walking distance from the city's
downtown core. There are many pathways surrounding the area.
The lake is 65 KM in length and 873 sq. km overall. At it's deepest,
the lake is 171 ft. It has over 40 species of fish and it's inflow is
from the Sturgeon River, South River and Rivere Veuve.
with about a half dozen sporting beaches. Beaches include The Lifeguarded
Olmstead Beach, (Armstrong Park) which is home to The North Bay Canoe Club
and is found on Lakeside Dr., where there are annual Dragon boat races and more.
The Cove, also lifeguarded, is found on Lakeside Dr., Peninsula Rd.
Found on both sides of the Peninsula Rd., is Portage Park beach, Separating
Four Mile Bay and the main part of Trout Lake.
Canadian Pacific Railway Spike located in Bonfield, at the end of the lake.
The lake is known for its great Muskie fishing, with its largest recordings to date
coming in at a whopping 50lbs.
It boasts many unique resorts and camps and is a direct waterway to the
and paddle boarding due to it's small size and manageable waves. The lake contains Pike, Small Mouth
and Rock Bass for fishing, and during the winter season it is a great place to snowshoe. It is private
and tranquil, all while being a short commute from the city, with basic amenities
only a 5 minute drive away at the city's Air Base.