Lovely lakers (and more) in Eastern Ontario, mighty multispecies action in Manitoba and big B.C. walleye
Located just east of Kingston, Ontario, Charleston Lake sits on a southerly extension of the Canadian Shield, complete with granite bluffs and lush pine forests. The lake’s extensive structure and mix of shallow and very deep water provide good fishing for lake trout, pike and largemouth and smallmouth bass. With 235 campsites, Charleston Lake Provincial Park offers an excellent base of operations.