Photo: Michael Bird
The Molega/ Ponhook watershed area is made up of beautiful and pristine lakes ideal for boating, swimming, fishing, sailing and many water activities. Below is a list of the lakes accessible through association lands. Where available links to Nova Scotia Fisheries charts with rough estimates of depth for each lake are provided.
Molega Lake is a 19km long lake with many inlets, islands and beaches to explore.
Ponhook Lake is another large lake with many undeveloped islands, coves and beaches.
Annis Lake is a spring fed lake known for clean clear water.
Black Rattle Lake is a popular swimming spot known for warm temperatures.
Beaverdam Lake is a popular canoeing destination fed through a stream from Black Rattle Lake.
Beavertail Basin is a 3km long lake accesible from Molega below the Narrows Road causeway. The passage is large enough even for pontoon boats - just watch the water level!
Hidden Lake is a popular fishing spot for trout. We'll keep its secret and let you find it on your own :)