- Address: Nipissing, Unorganized, South Part, ON, Canada, Algonquin Park
- Ticket Price: Free
- Tags: Water Body, Family And Kids, Lake
Located at the north end of Algonquin Park, Cedar Lake is situated in the Saint Lawrence River drainage basin. Cedar Lake is a popular destination among the canoeists. Cedar Lake has waters from the Nipissing River and Petawawa River. The lake offers some of the best sights of Algonquin Park and is also considered as one of the largest open water bodies in Algonquin. A number of trails leading to the Cedar Lake offer stunning sights of waterfalls and woods.
Cedar Lake Reviews & Ratings
Mine and my mans first vacation together was here. We absolutely loved it, the views, and the people. We will definitely be returning here as soon as possible and often as we can. Just far enough to be deep in the Bush, but thankfully Mattawa isnt to far near to pick up any last minute items. The water was absolutely beautiful during the week we were there. Temperatures were warm. Cannot wait to return!
Very nice place for camping and fishing beautiful views
Very nice lake. It is mostly trout in the lake and their is no cell towers within 30km
One of the best lakes in the area!
If you find the southern access points into Algonquin Park are too busy, Cedar Lake with routes through Catfish & Burnt Root, or up into Karl Wilson & Cauchon Lakes is a beautiful area to camp and paddle through.