Sharbot Lake

Sharbot Lake is a village in Central Frontenac Township, Frontenac County, Ontario, Canada, located on the eponymous Sharbot Lake.

Being situated in the Land O'Lakes Tourist Region and surrounded by many lakes in the area that are used for outdoor recreation, Sharbot Lake has tourist-oriented shops and accommodations. Also in the village are a public beach and park, a pharmacy, grocery, bank, medical clinic, law office, real estate services, and public library. The nearby Sharbot Lake Provincial Park has hiking trails camp sites, and a boat launch in to Sharbot lake.

Sharbot Lake is accessible via Provincial Highways 38 and 7 (the Trans-Canada Highway). It was once an important stop on the Kingston and Pembroke Railway. The rail bed now constitutes a multi-use section of the Trans Canada Trail.

Core and Elective placements available: 
Family Medicine
Accomodation: 
  • B&B
  • Cottage - if available