Lake Gibson

Lake Gibson


Lake Gibson

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Lake Gibson is a lake near Thorold, Ontario, Canada. The lake is not natural, but rather was created as a reservoir for hydroelectric power generation at the Ontario Power Generation Decew Falls 1 and Decew Falls 2 generating stations. Almost all of the water supply to these lakes comes from Lake Erie via the Welland Canal. The lakes form part of the Twelve Mile Creek watershed.

Highway 406 crosses over the lake. At the west end of the lake is Morningstar Mill consisting of a working gristmill dating from 1872, plus a reconstructed sawmill. A short distance east of this can be found the ruins of DeCou House, the destination of Laura Secord's famous journey during the War of 1812.

Lake Gibson is part of St. Catharines' drinking water supply. Consequently, no boating is permitted.


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