The perfect spot for family camping, hiking or just a picnic.
You'll find wonderful examples of wood carving, painting, glasswork and photography - along with many old world and new artistic creations on display.
Whether you're here for a visit, a vacation or planning to make this area your home, White Lake and the surrounding area will not disappoint.
White Lake was used by lumbermen using the waterways for transport. Timber camps first employed lumberjacks in the area around 1830 and by 1945 the upper Ottawa River watershed had 10,000 raftsmen running timber down to area sawmills.
As the land cleared, famers moved onto the land with cattle and crops and sold their produce to the camps to feed the men. The timber industry flourished until the beginning of the 20th century.
Today, with its proud history, love of all things outdoors, White Lake has become and all-season destination for vacationers. From camping to ice-fishing, boating to skiing there is something for every visitor to enjoy.
If you have a moment, please also complete our 1-minute Survey.
To contact us (WhiteLakeON.com), see the form & e-mail below.
If you are instead, trying to contact one of these organizations, here are the links:
1) One of the RV Parks on White Lake to get information or make reservations
2) the White Lake Property Owners Association
3) McNab/Braeside Township Information Website
4) White Lake Marina Website
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If you prefer, please e-mail us, which will also allow you to attach any files or pictures:
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