|The early settlers of the south shore were Britain's upper class.
They built manors, hedges and gardens duplicating their estates back in England.
By the 1900s these manors were turned into resorts and boarding houses that appealed to writers such as Leacock and Mazo de la Roche who drew inspiration from the lake.
By the 20th century tourists and cottagers built hotels, dance halls, casinos and cottages.
Today the town of Georgina is better known by its main villages of Pefferlaw, Sutton, Jackson's Point and Keswick.
It stretches across 32 miles of shoreline.