Maple, Beech and Cameron Lakes Area Property Owners’ Association
Three Lakes, One Voice
NEWS FROM CEWF – Lake Levels – May 9, 2019
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May 2019 Event Listing
Speaker Series: Surviving Summer… Safely
Saturday May 25, 10 am to noon, Stanhope Firefighters Hall. North Shore Road
The Maple, Beech & Cameron (MBC) Lakes Property Association’s “Surviving Summer … Safely” forum will provide information on fire, health and water safety. Learn safety tips from experts Marta Scythes, canoe/ kayak instructor and founder of the PREVENTABLE water safety imitative (click here for Bio), Mike Cavanagh, Fire Chief, Algonquin Highlands (click here for Bio) and Jo-Ann Hendry, Deputy Chief, Haliburton County Paramedic Service (click here for Bio). Everyone is welcome to this free event. Refreshments will be served and you could win a life preserver!
Give us your best shot!!!
MBC Lakes Photo Contest is sponsored by:
MBC Annual General Meeting Countdown
MBC Lakes Corn Roast /
Saturday, August 24, 2019.
Common area behind Algonquin Highlands Township Offices,
1123 North Shore Road.
5:00pm – 8:00pm
For paid MBC Members and family
Did you know…
It’s all about the water…
Cottage Opening Tips
Opening the cottage is the most exciting part of the year.
Maple, Beech and Cameron Lakes Aerial Photos
Co-ordinates: Lat. 45° 06′ Long. 78° 40′.
Maple Lake is located between Carnarvon and West Guilford along Hwy. 118 in Haliburton County.
Maple Lake is part of a 5 lake chain including Beech, Green, Pine and Cranberry Lake. The lakes are connected by short stretches of the Gull River. The water flow is east to west.
While the maximum depth reaches 120′, the average depth is 38′.
The perimeter of the lake is 9.5 km. (6.6 miles).
Much of the shoreline is sandy with lots of pencil reed growth. There are as well inshore rocky areas as well as fallen trees.
Lake trout have been regularly stocked.
Major fish species include large and smallmouth bass, lake trout, muskie, northern pike and a few walleye.
Elevation (above sea level) 314m
Maximum Depth 37m
Mean Depth 11.5m
Surface Area 336ha
Co-ordinates: Lat. 45° 05′ Long. 78° 42′
Beech Lake is located north of Carnarvan Ontario along Hwy.118 in Haliburton County.
Beech is part of a chain of 5 small lakes situated between Eagle Lake on the east and Boshkung Lake on the west.
The lake reaches maximum depths of 80’+. It consists of a single basin with a large gradually tapering flat on the southwest end.
The lake has been regularly stocked with lake trout.
Major fish species include lake trout, smallmouth and largemouth bass, whitefish, muskie and perch.
Elevation (above sea level) 335m
Maximum Depth 26.8mm
Mean Depth 7.1m
Surface Area 124ha
Little Cameron Lake (First Lake) Stats
Co-ordinates: Lat. 45° 12′ Long. 78° 65′
Little Cameron Lake is located north of Carnarvon Ontario along Barry’s Line Road in Haliburton County.
Elevation (above sea level) 329m
Maximum Depth 9.8m
Mean Depth 4.8m
Surface Area 18ha