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The Kushog Lake Property Owners Associaiton is a community organization whose mission is to promote, amongst all Kushog Lake waterfront property owners and all those who use the lake, the conservation and preservation of our natural lake environment and its surrounding area for the enjoyment of our community now and for generations to come, and to address common lake interests that unite us.

KLPOA has been around for over 30 years, and has a long history of working for our community. Much of our focus is on environmental issues, with the aim of maintaining or improving our natural environment and the overall quality of life on our lake.

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Kushog Lake Water Levels: A Moving Target!

From the TSW: May 18, 2017

Weather 

Significant rainfall occurring over April 28 to May 6 resulted in total precipitation amounts ranging from 85-160 mm during that period which increased water levels and flows across the Trent-Severn Waterway. Historical average rainfall for the entire month of May across the Trent-Severn ranges from 80-100 mm. Please check the website of your local conservation authority or the Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry for the most up to date watershed conditions (links can be found at the bottom of this page). The weather forecast suggests that there is a risk of thunderstorms towards the end of the week and rain on the weekend. 

Haliburton and Northern Areas 

After a wetter than normal April (100-125 mm of rain fell versus the monthly average of 76 mm) the Haliburton area received a significant amount of rainfall (100-125mm) during the first week of May. Comparatively the average precipitation amount for the entire month of May in Haliburton is 93 mm. Consequently the Gull and Burnt River Reservoir Lakes are full or overfull. The Gull and Burnt rivers have recently peaked. Lake levels have begun to decline. Central Lakes are full or overfull.

For up-to-date water level information go to the TSW website:
At the top of the TSW home page there is a yellow bar that links directly to water level information.