Lake Nipissing Fishing Lodge and Cottage Resort Map
Not including the Great Lakes, Lake Nipissing is the fourth largest lake in Ontario. No wonder over 40 species call its beautiful waters home! While the deepest point is 52 meters, much of the lake is wide and shallow. You can expect the average water depth to be between four and five meters. When boating, it’s important to be cautious around sandbars along the uneven shores. The perimeter of the lake stretches about 1100 kilometres, with a length of roughly 65 kilometres and a width of 25 kilometres, all ripe for exploration.
Dotted with islands scattered throughout, some serve as summer escapes, while others are the habitats for cormorants and wildlife; many birds and small animals also call the islands home. While its size makes it both a natural resource and thriving habitat, it truly is one of the most beautiful fishing destinations in the province all year round. With species from bass to walleye, there’s something for everyone. Have a look at the map below and visit your next fishing vacation destination.