Menominee Lake is one of the smaller lakes in the District of Muskoka, part of Ontario’s cottage country. Located in both the Township of Lake of Bays and the Town of Huntsville, earliest accounts of European settlers arriving on the lake date back to 1837. Menominee, meaning “Wild Rice,” is a tea coloured lake, and has an area at the southwestern end that is largely undeveloped. This area includes some crown land.
The lake has a surface area of approximately 100 hectares with a perimeter of 6.9 kilometers. The maximum depth found in the lake is 7.6 meters and the mean depth is 3.2 meters, water levels of the lake are unregulated. The lake drains into Lake of Bays via Menominee Creek.
The major fish species found in the lake is Smallmouth Bass.
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