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STONEY LAKE is one of the oldest cottage lakes in Canada, and is renowned for its natural beauty and its 1100 granite and pine clad islands spanning 20 miles of shoreline and borders the Canadian Shield, which is comprised of the oldest rock in the world. Being the most beautiful part of the 385km. The Trent Severn Waterway joining Lake Ontario to Georgian Bay, it has been attracting people for a long time. Stoney Lake has the same beauty and vitality as Suzanna Moodie experienced in 1835 when she wrote “The whole majesty of Stoney Lake broke upon us at once….never will your eyes rest on a more lovely or beautiful scene.” Here, yesteryears and now live in harmony, where steamboats and regattas are still enjoyed, and where you can still travel by boat to Sunday services during July and August to St. Peter’s On The Rock. There are many historic sites to take in such as Juniper Island, many lovely resorts, glass house, Petroglyphs Provincial Park, boat cruises, fine dining, cottaging, and more await you. Stoney is home to a large population of white-tailed deer and other small mammals such as otters, porcupines, chipmunks, beaver and muskrat. Birds include game and songbirds and waterfowl. Ruffed grouse, loons, cranes and majestic Osprey are a few of the many interesting species to watch and photograph.


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