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About five kilometres shy of Meldrum Bay, Manitoulin’s westernmost community, a sign appears on the south side of Highway 540 saying “Lily Lake.”
Little Lake Huron is so small that most maps don’t even show it, let alone name it and so shallow in most places that you’d be hard pressed to sink a pedal boat.
The North Channel is defined by Manitoulin Island: this famous waterway is, similar to Georgian Bay, a part of Lake Huron but if there was no Manitoulin Island, there would be no North Channel.
Small, remote, and steeped in mystery, Quanja Lake in the Wiikwemkoong Unceded Territory is a spot rarely visited, in part because it is hard to find, but also because of its reputation as a haven for powerful spirits.
Visitors enroute from Gore Bay to Meldrum Bay driving along Highway 540 west, when they reach the hamlet of Silver Water might be puzzled over the village’s curious absence of silver water.
South Bay is the large bay with a fairly narrow opening to the “Big Water” and so it is to Lake Huron what Lake Wolsey is to the North Channel: each “lakelike bays”.