Route 16 – Waterloo and Shannon Lakes
The route consists of two narrow, relatively sheltered lakes, that are not connected by a watercourse
or portage, requiring a separate launch into each. Waterloo Lake, the more developed of the two, offers
impressive pine and hardwood stands, islands and large boulders to explore. Shannon Lake is quite narrow
and deep, and also has many large boulders along the shoreline. It is the more secluded of the two lakes, with
no cabins, and many varieties of waterfowl. Both lakes offer sandy beaches and an opportunity for swimming
at their northern ends.
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