This tour could be called the Snake River Tour. The Snake River meanders back and forth from Lake Dore to Muskrat Lake and you will cross the river five times on this tour.
This is a relaxing tour that takes you past some of the County’s dairy farms and farming communities. Lake Dore is known to be the largest fresh water lake without an island in North America.
However, some locals claim it is the largest lake without an island in the world. Take your pick of distinctions and be sure to take a dip at Wilberforce Township Park.
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