is one of the largest lakes in the Haliburton area. It gets its
name from the Native word for "long and winding waters."
Sixteen km long and about one km wide, the lake is a very scenic
lake for boat cruising. Since it is part
of a chain of four other lakes including Head Lake on which the
village of Haliburton is situated, boating is endless and even
allows boat access to the public docks in town about 3 km away.
A popular excursion
for guests at Kashaga Lodge often includes a leisurely pontoon
boat tour of the lake, with a stop-off
in town for ice cream cones, lunch, window shopping, or even
Fishing for bass
and muskie, and walleye in Lake Kashagawigamog is excellent especially
at the north end where Kashaga Lodge is located. In the winter,
this same part of the lake is one of the best areas in the Haliburton
Highlands for catching walleye through the ice. Lake Kashagawigamog
also has lake trout, but lakers are mainly fished five about kms down the lake where the depth is up to 120 ft.