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Lake Ontario Fun Facts. Of the five great lakes, Lake Ontario is the smallest. It has a surface area of 9,910 square miles. Lake Ontario borders the United States and Canada. Toronto is a popular Canadian city that is on the shores of Lake Ontario.

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lake ontario fun facts

Lake Ontario Fun Facts

Of the five great lakes, Lake Ontario is the smallest. It has a surface area of 9,910 square miles

lake ontario borders the united states and canada
Lake Ontario borders the United States and Canada
  • Toronto is a popular Canadian city that is on the shores of Lake Ontario.
  • Niagara Falls is also popular tourist destination on Lake Ontario
lake ontario will form ice in the winter
Lake Ontario will form ice in the winter

Lake Ontario has completely frozen over on only two recorded occasions: during the winter of 1874-75, and in February 1934.

some interesting facts about the area around lake ontario
Some interesting facts about the area around Lake Ontario
  • On the south shore of Lake Ontario breezes off the cool lake tend to slow down fruit bloom until the spring frost danger is past. The area has become a major fruit growing area, with apples, cherries, pears, plums, and peaches grown in many commercial orchards on both sides of Rochester, New York
quiz on lake ontario
Quiz on Lake Ontario
  • You have come to the end of your Lake Ontario Tour. Click on the link below and take your quiz

Good Luck!!

Lake Ontario Quiz