About Sharbot Lake
Sharbot Lake is located in the Township of Central Frontenac; the developed hamlet of Sharbot Lake is located on a peninsula separating the lake into two basins; East, a warm water basin and West, a cold water basin. The East water basin has an elevation of 195 metres above sea level, a perimeter of 44.3 kilometres, a maximum depth of 31.1 metres and supports a warm water fishery, in particular; Northern Pike and Smallmouth and Largemouth Bass. The West basin is has an elevation of 194.5 kilometres above sea level, a perimeter of 31.4 kilometres, a maximum depth of 31 metres and supports a cold water fishery, in particular; Lake Trout.
Sharbot Lake Provincial Park is located on the West basin of the lake, providing an access point to the lake.
At last count in 1995 there were approximately 221 cottages, 44 houses, 7 (55) resorts and 185 Provincial Park campsites on the lake.
Read Sharbot Lake State of the Lake Reports
Mississippi Valley Conservation Authority and its partner, the Mississippi Valley Lake Stewardship Network, are taking action through Watershed Watch, a program designed to protect and enhance the environmental health of lakes within the watershed. The monitoring results are posted as State of the Lake Reports. Each lake in the program is sampled every five years.