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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Roads
With this exceptional weather we are able to open up the roads today! This will be for light vehicles only, normal road use can commence Monday April 12th. To clarify, light traffic only means your vehicles. Propane trucks, trailer moves, and other "heavy" road usage needs to wait another week! I will power up the Vertigate today as well, so moving between parks is easier.

Water
We are hopeful that we can begin the process of turning on the water Monday April 12th. This is a long process but we should be able to have the water on by Friday April 16th. I will keep everyone posted on our progress once we start.

Kyle
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Good morning Cedar Beach! We are getting a number of inquiries from residents asking for their season fee invoices. As always, we build these invoices and send them out on April 1st. They are payable anytime during the month of April and any outstanding balances will incur interest on May 1st. There is no need to rush to the office on April 1st, you could take all the way up to April 30th to pay your season fees without any penalties.

We will be sending out a newsletter soon, so be sure you are subscribed! Kyle will continue to monitor the weather and update you on the status of the roads and water. We are looking forward to welcoming you all back in only a week. Have a great day!

- Meghan
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Good morning everyone. After a wonderful weekend of some much needed sunshine it feels like Spring is finally here! The park opens Thursday April 1st, but as usually it will be a slow start. The roads will be closed for vehicles with walk in access only. As warm as it has been recently, we still have snow and ice up here in some areas.
It does look like this will be an early Spring, fingers crossed. Once the snow melts and the frost is out of the ground we will be able to open up the roads. As things heat up we will get the water on as soon as we can. In the past, roads have opened up in the second week of April with water coming on during the 3rd week. I am hopeful that we will be ahead of that schedule this year with an early Spring, but we are at the mercy of Mother Nature.
As usual we will get everything up and running as soon as we can.

Have a wonderful week enjoying the warm weather!

Kyle
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Hi Everyone! This weekend is the last open access weekend before we open! Just a reminder that the access time is 9am - 4pm and it is for the purpose of checking your property to ensure it is safe. We have been through the park recently and there are no significant trees down or damage from the most recent storms. If you do feel the need to come up please come dressed for winter as we do still have significant snow on the ground up here. Thanks everyone and fingers crossed for a warm spring!

Kyle
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