Oxtongue Lake


Nestled in against the border of Algonquin Park, is the little slice of natural heaven that is the Oxtongue Lake area. Oxtongue Lake connects Lake of Bays to Algonquin Park via the picturesque Oxtongue River. Oxtongue Lake offers excellent swimming and bathing along the predominantly sandy shoreline. Water clarity on the lake is excellent. Maximum depth of the lake is believed to be 90 feet. Fishing is good in the area. Abundant wildlife such as ducks, loons, blue herons, beaver, muskrats, moose , deer and foxes call this area home too. The lake is enclosed by large sections of Crown Lands and the close proximity to Algonquin Park ensure a backdrop of wilderness pleasure.

Oxtongue Lake is approximately 20 minutes from Huntsville, the nearest town. Close by is the village of Dwight.

For More information on Muskoka towns and villages please see Muskoka Information

Distance from Toronto:
– 240 km

Driving time from Toronto:
– 3.5 hrs

Fall Colour Routes

Oxtongue Lake can be a final destination or a starting point for a beautiful autumn trip to see the fall colours (colors) See our suggested fall colour routes that include Oxtongue Lake Ontario.

Accommodations in the Oxtongue Lake Area

Outdoor Experiences

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Culture and History

Oxtongue Lake Area Tourism Information

Highway 60 Ontario Road Trip
Highway 60 north of Toronto is predominantly an east-west route accessed by Highway 11, Highway 35 or Highway 17. Highway 60 takes you through Muskoka, Haliburton County, to Ontario’s Algonquin Provincial Parkand the Ottawa Valley. The towns of Huntsville, Dwight, Oxtongue Lake, Whitney, Barry’s Bay, Wilno, Golden Lake on to Renfrew in the Ottawa Valley.

Area Information: Oxtongue Lake


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