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Ralph Bice Lake, Algonquin Provincial Park
Ralph Bice Lake Information and Facts
Ralph Bice is a lake in Ontario, Canada, located approximately 200 kilometers North of Toronto and 230 kilometers West of Ottawa, in the Algonquin Provincial Park.
The lake is mostly used for fishing and canoeing. The most important fish species in the lake include brown trout, brook trout, northern pike, lake trout, rock bass, and muskie. The lake was previously called Butt Lake
The lake has many campsites, but the ones on the West or North shores offer protection from the winds. Ralph Bice Lake is known for its rough waters during storms.
The lake is a few short portages away from the Algonquin Park entrance #3 on Magnetawan Lake entrance and can be reached via Hambone Lake. It is also connected by portages to David Lake, Hambone Lake, Daisy Lake and Little Trout Lake.
The Algonquin Provincial Park in which Ralph Bice Lake was established in 1893 and is the oldest Canadian provincial park. It has an area of 7,653 square kilometres (2,955 sq mi) and more than 2,400 lakes are located in the park.