East Grand Lake
All 22 miles of East Grand Lake has varying shorelines, lots of islands, points of land with great beaches/picnic areas and beautiful, crystal clear water. We have a great population of Bald Eagles, Osprey, Loons and ducks - all are very fun to see up close to photograph. EGL is a glacial lake and, therefore is full of very large granite boulders - we will provide a lake map to make sure you avoid them!
The lake also acts as the international border with New Brunswick, Canada - but don’t worry - you do not need a Passport to go boating on East Grand Lake. If you choose to fish in the 7 coves of strictly Canadian water, you will need a Canadian Fishing License - sold on-site at the Main Campus.