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Stoney Lake

Stoney Lake Waterfront Property

Map of Trent Canal showing Stoney Lake

Thank you for providing me the opportunity to assist you in your search for the perfect Stoney Lake Waterfront Property!  I am looking forward to helping you find a Stoney Lake Waterfront Property that answers all of your needs and fits your budget.

I will begin by searching for properties that match your preferred criteria including price, bedroom and bathroom count, location, features and so on.  I will share these properties as soon as I find them.  Please provide me with feedback as we proceed so I can continue to best answer your unique needs.

I am confident my expertise and familiarity with local communities will be a great asset in helping you find an amazing Stoney Lake Waterfront Property.

Making a move to The Kawarthas and purchasing a Stoney Lake Waterfront Property is a big decision – one I would like to help you with.  Please fill out the form below.  You will be notified by email of Stoney Lake Waterfront Properties as they are listed on the local mls. 

Please contact me if you have any questions about buying a Stoney Lake Waterfront Property home in the Kawarthas.

Thank you again for the opportuinty to work with you!

Stoney Lake Facts

44° 33'
Common Tree Species
White Pine, Maple, Willow, Cedar, Oak, Elm, White Birch, Hemlock
78° 06'
Sandy loam
Aquatic Vegetation
wild celery, white waterlily, yellow waterlily, pondweed, common waterweed, pickerelweed, coontail
234.4 m or 769 ft ±
Fish Species
muskellunge, white sucker, carp, rock bass, pumpkinseed, smallmouth bass, largemouth bass, yellow perch, walleye
Max. Depth
32.0 m or 105 ft
Mean Depth
2827.1 hectares or 6980.4 acres
Shoreline Length
Lake: 71.4 kilometers or 44.4 miles
Island: 12.6 km or 7.83 mi
Interesting Fact: Stoney is the deepest Kawartha lake with a maximum depth of 32 m. It is also the most north eastern of the lakes.