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Sharbot Lake has long be noted for its natural beauty, excellent fishing and as an outstanding tourist region. Sharbot Lake is located 120 km west of Ottawa and 70 km north of Kingston. The lake is about 15km long. It is a fisherman's paradise consisting of bass, lake trout, northern pike, walleye and pan fish. The lake itself was created by glaciers and is a deep (150') spring fed slowly formed fresh-water lake that consists of two bodies of water, upper and lower Sharbot, dotted with many islands. Everything can be bought locally, fishing rods and bait to prepare for some of the best fishing you ever experienced. Sharbot Lake Village is located on the shores of the lake. It contains grocery, hardware, pharmacy, post office, bank and live bait shop. A modern Medical Clinic and Churches offer Sunday services. There is an OPP station on highway 7 across from the beer and liquor stores. The village of Sharbot Lake offers many services. There is
also a seniors residence. Education is provided by a child care centre, nursery school, public school, secondary school and a separate school. An excellent library is located in the lower half of the new Central Frontenac Township office building. The surrounding region provides excellent fishing, hunting, snowmobiling, water sports and camping facilities. The beautiful Land O' Lakes scenery and friendly people, along with attractive land prices make this area a prime retirement destination.