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Lang Lake Marina
Canada

This panoramic image depicts the Lang Lake boat launch ramp, marina and surrounding area. Besides the ramp, there is a nice dock to park at if you need to go into town during the week for supplies. If you don't have a camp or a boat, or just visiting, there is always room at the Lang Lake Resort to spend the night.

Copyright: Richard D. Stack
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Resolution: 13472x6736
Uploaded: 19/08/2012
Updated: 17/09/2014
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Tags: lang lake boat launch ramp; boating; fishing; camping.
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