Bernard Lake is located in the village of Sundridge Ontario, part of the Almaguin Highlands. Situated just north of Huntsville Muskoka, the lake is one of the largest lakes in the Almaguin Highlands area.
While the lake used to be called Stoney Lake, much of Bernard lake features sandy bottoms and beautiful sand beaches, which attracts visitors and residents alike. Interestingly, the lake is the largest freshwater lake without an Island. With a perimeter of 23 km and a maximum depth of 48 meters, the lake is perfect for boating, swimming, fishing, canoeing, water skiing and much more. Enjoy bike and hiking trails, or snowmobiling in the winter. There is something for everyone in the family!
Lake Bernard has a Lake Association whose primary goals are:
The LBPOA takes seriously our collective responsibility to preserve the legacy of our lake. We hope you will enjoy and help protect our most precious resource. We act:
a. To safeguard and promote the interests of the owners of real property in the district surrounding Lake Bernard,
b. To consider and promote all matters relating to the welfare of the community in the district surrounding Lake Bernard, and
c. To plan, recommend and promote the adoption of such measures as will tend to beautify and improve the community.
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15 Barrie Street is just footsteps away from the shores of Lake Bernard and its public beaches. For more information on 15 Barrie Street, please visit www.15barriestreet.com
While cottages do come up for sale on The Lake, there is the possibility that none are currently available through the MLS system. Please contact us directly for more cottages for sale or visit the Muskoka Listings page for all cottages and homes for sale in Muskoka.
Bernard Lake Listings: