Throughout Ontario’s Lake Country you can find countless of scenic and picturesque waterways that vary in difficulty for paddlers of all levels of experience. Ontario’s Lake Country has developed several routes for everyone to enjoy. Visitors can click on each route and find out more information about each individual route such as, distance, average time to paddle, difficulty, nearby points of interest, outfitters, launch points and much more.
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Orillia’s Cultural Route

Waterway: Lake Couchiching
Length: 10 km
Difficulty: Easy

Discover the Gentle Green

Waterway: Green River
Length: 7 – 9 km
Difficulty: Easy

Matchedash to Georgian Bay

Waterway: Matchedash Bay, Georgian Bay
Length: 15km loop
Difficulty: Easy–Advanced (Pending)

Bass Lake Shoreline

Waterway: Bass Lake
Length: 11 km loop
Difficulty:  Easy

Paddle North Couchiching

Waterway: Lake Couchiching
Length: 5 km
Difficulty:  Easy/Intermediate

Eastern Lake Couchiching Water Trail

Waterway: Lake Couchiching
Length: 17 km loop
Difficulty:  Easy/Intermediate

Lake Simcoe Shores

Waterway: Lake Simcoe
Length: 11.5 km One way
Difficulty: Easy/Intermediate

Serenity of MacLean Lake

Waterway: Lake Simcoe
Length: 11.5 km One way
Difficulty: Easy/Intermediate

Coldwater River Voyage

Waterway: Coldwater River, North River & Matchdash Bay
Length: 13 km
Difficulty: Easy/Intermediate

Black River to Wasdell Falls

Waterway: Green & Black River
Length: 8 km
Difficulty: Easy

Path to the Fish Weirs

Waterway: Lake Couchiching, Narrows, Lake Simcoe
Length: 13 km
Difficulty:  Intermediate/Advanced