Sharbot Lake Provincial Park is hidden away in a quiet corner of the Frontenac County. Sharbot Lake is large, deep, and windy, while the smaller lake, Black Lake, is quiet and sheltered. Two sandy beaches can be found on Black lake that are ideal for swimming. The camping sites are spread out between both lakes, adorned with a white pine and hemlock tree canopy, providing lots of shade and privacy. In the mornings, you will wake to the haunting, ancient calls of the loon. After a hearty breakfast, you might follow the trails along the ridge of land dividing Black Lake and Sharbot Lake. On the way, you will pass through stands of maple, oak, and birch and see dramatic changes in the landscape. As you reach the top of the ridge, stop to take a break and view both lakes form the lookout spot. For those looking for a quiet getaway, a refreshing retreat in Sharbot Lake Provincial Park is just the place for you. You can also enjoy winter activities in this park. Please contact the park for more details.