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Camping Guide, Kawartha Highlands Signature Site Park
by Ontario Parks, 3:45
A short video overview of this southern Ontario backcountry park.
For more information and to reserve your campsite online : http://www.ontarioparks.com
Trip planning assistance at: 613-332-3940 ext.#261
Long Lake, Apsley ON.
Brendan Blanchard, 1:17
Winter Sports and fast sleds on Long Lake in Apsley Ontario Ca.
Day Canoe Trip in KHSS Part 1
Two Canoe, 17:57
Part 1 of 2. The crew at TwoCanoe spend 3 days in the Kawartha Highlands on an adventurous canoe trip
Day Canoe Trip in KHSS Part 2
Two Canoe, 16:20
Part 2 of 2. The crew at TwoCanoe spend 3 days in the Kawartha Highlands on an adventurous canoe trip
2011 Kawartha Highlands Long Lake to
Cox Lake Canoe Route - Explore The Backcountry, 4:53
Embarked on a trip to Kawartha Highlands Provincial Park
(also known as Kawartha Highlands signature Site)
This is a nice easy route that is suited for novice canoeists.
A great trip to introduce family and friends to canoeing as it's not strenuous or too remote, yet still is nearby and natural...
first pike Apsley, Ontario (North Kawartha Region)
Fishing with Michael Consul, 5:00
Every year my family and I rent a cottage at Long Lake in Apsley
Ontario (North Kawartha region).
It's great fishing for the whole family.
Canadian Moment Loon Call
Nick Albu, 1:44
Loons on Jack's Lake near Apsley Ontario June 2010
Trip in the Kawartha Highlands
Annual 5-Day Canoe Trip in the Kawartha Highlands (June 2008)
Trip Around Southern Kawartha Highlands Pt 1 of 3
Ian Tendy, 9:41
I had a bit of time on my hands, so I decided to try for a 5 day solo trip taking me into new parts of one of my favorite parks in the area, Kawartha Highlands.
I had been to the northern sections of the parts multiple times, and nothing out there really had an appealing loop for a 5-day, so I put in on a sunny day mid-week at Long Lake.
This was my first time on Long lake, and while its aptly named (took me a bit over an hour and a half, I reckon to reach the first portage of the day), it is gorgeous.
Basically copy and paste what the western arm of the French river looks like.
Sure there are a good number of cottages and boat traffic on it, but thats more confined to weekends.
Aside from an MNR boat heading into Buzzard lake and a few other canoes, it was just me out there.
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