Go Home Lake
Anishinaabemowin name "Gaa-biidaas" meaning "Where He Returns"
Most of Go-Home Lake is rocky and rugged with a Georgian Bay feel. Created by the construction of 2 dams, it’s fed by the Musquash River and has a surface area of 12 square kms. Most of the cottages are water access which is a short boat ride from one of the 2 marinas. There is a permanent earthen dam at the Go Home River outlet and a stop log dam (control dam) at the Musquash River outlet. The following includes properties on the Musquash River, islands and drive-to seasonal cottages.
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Go Home Bay Facts
Real Estate Snapshot
- Around 500 cottages, many water access
- Access via Go Home Lake Marina & Minors Bay Marina
- Good active Facebook community
- Home of the "Haunted Narrows"
- Fed at its most northern point by the Musquash River
- Water levels are managed by Hydro One and the Ministry of Natural Resources after the spring thaw to around mid-November. Outside of this time period, the water level drops significantly and boats cannot be easily launched nor navigate the lake.
- 2019 13 properties sold $195,000 - $800,000 Median sale price $388,000
- 2020 12 properties sold $320,000 - $ 980,000 Median sale price $535,000
- 2021 7 properties sold $400,000 - $700,000 Median sale price $600,000
- 2022 7 properties sold $575,000 - $995,000 Median sale price $805,000
* Freehold property | The Lakelands Association of Realtors®
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