It’s a small, sometimes turquoise-hued lake perched 60m (197 ft.) above the great Lake Ontario—and a local legend because its source remains a mystery to this day. Surrounded by a pretty park, a popular pub, some lovely country homes, and a small inn, the lake offers a grand view across the Bay of Quinte. Bring a picnic lunch and watch the ferries below as they cross the 1km (0.5-mile) channel to the mainland. It’s a great place to bid farewell to the County before hopping aboard the car ferry below at Glenora.