Welcome to Bass Lake, a true paradise that offers an unparalleled cottage experience. Located just seven minutes away from MacTier and fifteen minutes from Port Carling, this lake is perfectly situated for easy access to Highway 169, making travel to and from your destination a breeze.
Activities on the lake
For those who love golf, Bass Lake is the perfect vacation spot. Two Mactier golf courses – Rocky Crest Golf Club, a public course, and Oviinbyrd Golf Course, a private golf club – are located just minutes away, offering all the hallmarks of amazing Ontario golf. Spend a day on the green while soaking up the sun, or choose to enjoy the beauty of Bass Lake by swimming, boating, or fishing.
Exploring the area
In addition to the lake, Muskoka offers one-of-a-kind shops and restaurants that are not to be missed. The Muskoka Station Store in MacTier has plenty of great items and gifts to take back home to your friends and family. After some shopping, head to Bass Lake Roadhouse for a delicious meal and a night off from cooking. You may also choose to take a day trip to nearby Port Carling, known as the “Hub of The Lakes.” This charming town offers plenty of opportunities to shop, dine, and explore Muskoka’s clothing, art, and cottage décor. Sip cocktails with friends, explore the Muskoka Lakes Museum, or cruise the lakes in an antique wooden boat – there’s something for everyone.
If you are looking for a property in this sought-after destination, we can help you find the perfect place. Let us help you make the most of your Bass Lake experience!
|Official Name||Bass Lake|
|Municipality||Township of Muskoka Lakes|
|Drainage Basin||Muskoka River – Lake Rosseau|
|Latitude/Longitude||45.108 N -79.698 W|
|Surface Area (km)||0.98|
|Elevation (m asl)||229|
|Mean Depth (m)||4.3|
|Maximum Depth (m)||11.7|
|Land Use and Development|
|Crown Land (%)||0|
|Shoreline Development||high; shoreline residential|
|Access||private; launch at a marina off Hwy 169|
|Water Level Management||not regulated|
|Major Fish Species||yellow perch, largemouth bass, smallmouth bass, rock bass, burbot|
|Other Fish Species||white sucker, brown bullhead|