A Little Bit Of History...


Go Home Lake is a lake in west central Ontario in the Township of Georgian Bay, District of Muskoka. Go Home Lake was created in the 1950s by the construction of two dams. It was named after Go Home Bay, immediately downstream. Loggers would send timber down the Musquash River and meet steamers at Go Home Bay, which would transfer timber to various mills around the Great Lakes and then "go home", hence the name. Since then, it's become home to approxamatly 450 cottages, most of which are boat access.

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