National Geographic : 1963 Jul
KODACHROMES ) NATIONALGEOGRAPHICSOCIETY Athletic teen-agers do the twist in a sail-decorated clubhouse during the annual regatta dance at Lake Muskoka, east of Georgian Bay. Vacationists in tents and trailers settle for the night at a campground off Georgian Bay, eastern arm of Lake Huron. Long a favorite vacation area, the bay abounds with lake trout, bass, muskellunge, and pickerel. Hundreds of hotels, lodges, and campsites ring its shores. More than 30,000 pine-clad islands stud the bay. Boaters enter Port Severn Lock on Georgian Bay for the 12-foot lift into the Trent Canal, which leads 240 miles southeast to Lake Ontario.