|Location||Hastings County and Renfrew County, Ontario|
|Type||Max depth: 131ft|
|Part of||Ottawa River drainage basin|
|Primary inflows||Madawaska River|
|Primary outflows||Madawaska River|
|Max. length||13 km (8.1 mi)|
|Max. width||6 km (3.7 mi)|
|Surface elevation||283 m (928 ft)|
|Settlements||Barry's Bay, Combermere|
Kamaniskeg Lake is a lake in the municipalities of Hastings Highlands, Hastings County, and Madawaska Valley, Renfrew County, in Southern Ontario, Canada. It is part of the Ottawa River drainage basin and is located in the Madawaska River Valley, with nearby communities of Barry's Bay and Combermere. The lake is known for its simple beauty, with a mixture of forest, and rock and sand beaches.
Kamaniskeg Lake is part of the Ottawa River drainage basin with the communities of Barry's Bay at its northern end, and Combermere near the southeast. The Dispersed Rural Community of Barrymere is on the lake at the southeast end. The southern two thirds of the lake is in geographic Bangor Township in Hastings Highlands, Hastings County; the northern one third is in geographic Sherwood Township, and the southeastern tip in geographic Radcliffe Township, both townships in Madawaska Valley, Renfrew County.
The Madawaska River, known for its rapids, is the primary inflow, at the west, and outflow, from the southeast. There are also three other named creek inflows: Biernacki Creek, Carson Creek and Purdy Creek.
The lake holds the wreck of the Mayflower, a paddle steamer which sank in 1912. The wreck site is on the north side of the two islands, about 500 yards (460 m) from the large island heading towards the section of the lake heading to Barry’s Bay. It is usually marked by a white floating jug, and at a depth of about 25 feet (7.6 m) to the bottom.
clockwise from the Madawaska River outflow
- Purdy Creek
- Madawaska River
- Carson Creek
- Biernacki Creek
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