About Cedar Lake
Named after its eponymous lake, Cedar Lake is enjoyed by residents and visitors alike. In addition to fishing, the lake welcomes activities such as canoeing, kayaking, boating, and jet skiing.
Golf is another favorite activity among locals. The South Shore Country Club caters to golf aficionados with an 18-hole course surrounded by beautiful trees.
Cedar Lake is home to The Town Complex, which features 18 acres of parks and open space, including 6,000 feet of lake shore. It is also where locals gather for SummerFest, an annual event with live entertainment, fireworks, amusement rides, a beer garden, a car show, and much more. Throughout the year, the local parks and recreation department hosts programs such as fitness events, farmers markets, and seasonal festivities.
Newcomers can catch up on Cedar Lake’s history at Cedar Lake Historical Association Museum, which features exhibits on Cedar Lake and the surrounding area. The museum sheds light on the ice industry and Cedar Lake’s status as a resort destination.