Manitoulin is the largest island in freshwater in the world. In conjunction with Cockburn Island and Drummond Island to the west, it appears to form the northern shore of lower Lake Huron. But hidden to the north is the lake's ultimate reach: the North Channel, the home of hundreds of uninhabited islands and an unspoiled, freshwater, cruising paradise for small boats.
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This article first appeared in 1994.
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