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Recreations at Long Lake in the Kawartha Highlands Signature Site.

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Cottages Canoe Rowboat Motorboat Fishing Swimming Trailer Park Nightly Campfires Horseshoe pit Scenic Sightseeing

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Public Telephone available Hiking trails Cross Country Skiing Snowmobiling on Long Lake Inukshuk Play "O Canada" Anthem Rabbit Crossing Hunting Moose crossing Deer Crossing

A trip to or a stay at Long Lake in the Kawartha Highlands Signature Site is a perfect getaway just North East of Peterboro, On.
Long Lake cottages and trailer park is tenured land within Kawartha Highlands on private property excluded from the boundaries of the park and a portal to our newest and largest Ontario Provincial Park.

Not far from the big smoke of the GTA but far enough to sense the fresh air and the peaceful feeling of nature while hearing the loon call on the lake as a canoe slowly paddles by to venture even farther to see what is out there in the depth of the woods or to simply look for a peaceful place to have a picnic in the solitude of the woods.

A day at the beach or a paddle in a canoe, paddleboat or motorboat to go fishing or to portage to a joining lake.
Enjoy the great feeling of the outdoors, there are many recreations of your choice to fulfill your stay with us.

Sightseeing of exposed bare bedrock in Kawartha Highlands Signature Site, the newest and largest Provincial Park in Ontario south of Algonquin Provincial Park which has vast areas of exposed bedrock between Palaeozoic limestone bedrock and Precambrian granite bedrock.

Peaceful spaces on high rocky hills,
Catching some sun on rock top, at the docks and beach at long lake with a scenic picturesque view.
Goodmorning Sunshine

Joey's big fish catch on Long Lake Fishing trip at Long Lake
original catch at Long Lake, Joey's big fish More fine fishing at Long Lake

Aluminum boat or canoe included with minimum 2 week booking.
Fully outfitted back country camping available, please inquire at office.
Ultra light Scott Elite - kevlar canoes
Durable Paluski canoes
Scott Elite - Kevlar Canoes at Long Lake Paluski Canoes at Long Lake beach

Largemouth Bass
Smallmouth Bass
Rainbow Trout
Lake Trout
Largemouth Bass
Smallmouth Bass
Rainbow Trout
Lake Trout

Exposed Bare Bedrock

Wildlife viewing
Sightseeing at Long Lake Lodge in Kawartha Highlands Signature Site
Wildlife viewing
Cardinal Blue Jay Loon
Blue Heron Northern Hawk Owl Blue Heron
Elmer Fudd - wascully wabbit Cedar tree Bunny Rabbit
WhiteTail Deer Canada Moose
Hunter's information
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March 10, 2009
Changes to dates when hunting is permitted at Kawartha Highlands Signature Site Park

Hunting will not be permitted in Kawartha Highlands Signature Site Park from the Friday before Victoria Day to August 31.
The summer hunting ban is designed to minimize potential conflicts with other park users.

Hunting is an important activity for people around the world and our Canadian Heritage,
For many it is still an important method of food gathering.
For others, hunting is a recreational activity that provides an opportunity to further friendships and family ties.
For most hunters it is also a chance to experience nature and relax in the outdoors while making an important contribution to conservation.

Hunting and Wildlife Populations Legal hunting does not endanger wildlife populations.
In fact it can play an important role in maintaining an abundant population within the carrying capacity of its habitat.
Those species that are hunted are managed sustainably.
This management is based on sound science and long-term monitoring.
The pressures on our wildlife populations today include habitat fragmentation and destruction, pollution, invasive species and unsustainable use.
The Importance of Hunting, Hunters contribute a great deal of time, money, and effort to wildlife management.
Hunters are involved in a variety of volunteer programs that help maintain and enhance wildlife and their habitat.

In Ontario, the money from hunter license fees contributes to monitoring and protecting wildlife.
The funds raised with the Waterfowl Stamp on the federal Migratory Bird Hunting Permit support habitat protection programs that
benefit all wildlife that depend on wetlands.

Maintaining wildlife habitat in Kawarhta Highlands Signature Site is important to us in our park
All Guests and visitors are encouraged to show a strong stewardship ethic, in order to protect the natural and cultural values of the area.

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Long Lake Cottages and Trailer Park
377 long lake road R.R. #1
Apsley Ontario Canada K0L 1A0

Ph. # 705-656-4570

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