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Culture and Recreation

Larder Lake, a perfect natural playground.​

Beautiful landscapes and endless natural wonders. Come and enjoy!

Visit our waterfront park with plenty of green space. Excellent marina facility to quickly get you out on the water. Build family memories at Raven Park Campground. Our outdoor rink and splash pad is fun for all ages. It doesn’t end there for the thrill seeking types. Skiing, Snowboarding, Sledding, Ice Fishing,  Fishing and Hunting awaits you.

Larder Lake Snowshoe Trails

Larder Lake features some of the best snowshoe trails in the area.

The beautiful trails run through the woods and range from easy to difficult. Visitors to the area are encouraged to enjoy the unique views and catch a glimpse of rabbits, owls and various species of birds.

Larder Lake Snowshoe Trail Map

Banquet Hall Facilities

69 Fourth Ave. Larder Lake, ON

Are you planning a wedding reception, craft show, or maybe a social event?
Rent our banquet hall to host your next special occasion.

Our spacious facility will accommodate up to 230 guests and is equipped with a full state-of-the-art kitchen and separate wet bar area. The hall is located in the Larder Lake Municipal building.

Council Chambers Board Room

69 Fourth Ave. Larder Lake, ON

Perfect for your next conference, training course or seminar.

The hall is located in the Larder Lake Municipal building.  For more information and to reserve your booking, please call us!

Splashed Ice

69 Fourth Ave. Larder Lake, ON

The Township of Larder Lake is extremely thankful and would like to acknowledge a contribution of $100,000 from the Government of Canada through the Canada 150 Community Infrastructure Program administered by FedNor.  The grant has been used to rehabilitate our local outdoor ice rink into a new skating rink / splash pad facility.

The Isabella Kasner Memorial Splash Pad & Larder Lake Ice Rink is a “splashed ice” recreational facility, meaning that it serves as a splash pad throughout the summer months, and the same surface doubles as a skating rink during winter.

Larder Lake Public Beach

Lakeshore Road, Larder Lake, ON

Hours of Operation
Sunday – Saturday: 24hrs/day 
June 25th – August 31st 
Please don’t feed the ducks or other wildlife.

Tourism Centre

7 Ontario Street, Larder Lake, ON

Information and Historical showcase.

Ministry of the Environment, Conservation and Parks