for a way to enjoy Manitoulin Islands natural beauty?
We hope this web site will give you a little look at the beauty of
lake Kagawong morning, noon or night, from the deck of the monster.
There are over 4,000 pictures posted roughly by year listed above, giving you an idea on how we use the Monster.
First lets understand the name of the Lake and the meaning behind
the word Kagawong ... which is a Native word meaning mist rising or
mist rising from the water, often mistaken for fog. A unique phenomena
which happens a few times a year at any time day or night, due to Lake
Kagawong being 100 feet above the surface of Lake Huron. The picture
to the right was taken a little before noon.
boat was designed and built for this lake. It drafts in less than
a 12" of water, (it would float
in your bath tube if it was big enough) and the outer deck is about
a foot above the surface of the
water. You are able to walk around freely with no no worries of rocking