Lake Rosalind is small inland lake located between Hanover
. Lake Rosalind and the interconnected Marl Lake to the south are man-made lakes that were created by the excavation of marl to be used at local cement plants in the early 1900s. The lake is relatively shallow and small in area only covering 38 hectares. The main source of water for the lake is natural springs and underground aquifers. Lake Rosalind is a headwater lake that provides water to Marl lake and eventually feeds into the Saugeen River.
Almost all of the lakefront has been developed with a mix of full time residences and summer cottages. The Residents enjoy lakefront living in a close nit community atmosphere. The lake provides fantastic fishing and recreational boating, but only for those who own a cottage at the lake as there is no public access. For more info on Lake Rosalind and the Lake Rosalind Property Owners Association go to LakeRosalind.ca