Welcome to Beautiful Cedar Beach Resort!

Your ideal seasonal resort is conveniently located less than an hour drive from Toronto. Whether you are looking for a place to stay for the season or perhaps a place to escape for the weekend, we have what you need.

Situated on the sandy shore of Musselman’s Lake where young and old alike can enjoy a host of recreational facilities.

  • Swimming and sunbathing on our two-tier beach
  • Kayak, Hydro Bike, and Paddleboat rentals available
  • Canoeing and Fishing permitted on the lake
  • Fully Licensed Restaurant and our amazing new deck overlooking Musselman’s Lake
  • 2 swimming pools, hot tub, and splash pad!
  • Multiple newly constructed playgrounds for all ages
  • 2 new tennis courts and a basketball court
  • Beach volleyball, badminton, and sports fields
  • Unbelievable annual fireworks show on the water!
  • Pull through lots offering sewer/water connections along with 50 and 30 amp power
  • 520 fully serviced sites

Great friendships and a fun community. There are lots of activities and things to do. It’s just a short drive for us and we feel like we’re miles from anywhere.

Couple from Markham

Very beautiful. Amazing place for romance and spending time with your family. Lots of free activities and amazing and friendly people.

Mississauga Family

Had a great time there in the playground with my grandchildren and also in the pool. Enjoyed walking by the lake and barbecues in the evenings.

Grandfather from Toronto

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Hi Everyone, the pools are open and the lifeguards are onsite to keep the place clean and safe. Please enjoy!

If you have been down to the beach recently you would have seen a cautionary sign from York Region Health regarding the algae bloom the lake has been experiencing. The Health department had a concern that the algae was the dangerous blue-green variety, even though it displayed no characteristics of blue-green algae...... This part is still a mystery to me. But, as a result, the beach had the caution sign posted and the Ministry of Environment was called to do the sampling and lab analysis. We just got the results back today and the algae is safe, it is not blue-green and the sign has been taken down. The lake is a natural environment, it is incredibly healthy but it does take its cue from Mother Nature. When we get a hot dry spring, there are harmless algae blooms that thrive near the surface taking advantage of the sun. If we have a cool wet spring, then the algae doesn't form, but the lake weeds grow faster in an effort to find the sun.

If you ever have any questions about the lake or any of this please feel free to ask.

Have a wonderful week enjoying the open patios in the area and the facilities of the park.

We are currently in the process of booking movie nights and trying to get things booked for when the rest of the restrictions are lifted. I can't give any firm dates or any more information but there is a lot of planning going on in the background.

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Good morning Cedar Beach! We understand that there is some confusion about admission and parking rates, so I just wanted to post them here for clarification.

Please call the office or send us a message if you have further questions or concerns. Thanks and have a great weekend!

- Meghan
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Good morning Cedar Beach! The maintenance crew wanted me to post a quick reminder that dumping of garbage, patio stones, wood, etc. is NOT PERMITTED! This goes for the garbage area, as well as the back lot.

We accept mixed recycling and household garbage in the appropriate bins. For disposal of larger items (fridge, lawn mowers, BBQ, furniture, etc) you can contact the office to put in a work order. Disposal of these items starts at $20+HST and we will pick it up from your lot.

For large items or items we do not accept, follow this link for a list of dumps in the area: www.townofws.ca/en/residents/waste-and-recycling-depots.aspx

Thank you and have a great day!

- Meghan
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