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Lake Couchiching, from the Ojibwe gojijiing meaning "Inlet", is a small lake in southern Ontariomarker separated from Lake Simcoemarker by a narrow channel. The Trent-Severn Waterway enters Lake Simcoe by the Talbot River and exits this lake by the Severn River which empties into Georgian Baymarker. The lake is 16 km long, slightly less than 5 km wide and fairly shallow with an average depth of 6 metres.

The city of Orillia, Ontariomarker is located on the narrow channel connecting this lake with Lake Simcoe.

Lakes Simcoe and Couchiching are popular spots for fishing in summer and ice fishing in winter.

Singer-songwriter Gordon Lightfoot paid homage to the lake in the song Couchiching.

The Couchiching Institute on Public Affairs is located beside the lake.

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