Stoney Lake

Welcome to

Stoney Lake

Find us amongst the rugged precambrian rocks and windswept pines on the shores of Stoney Lake, the crown jewel of the Kawarthas. Immerse yourself in the wilderness of our pinery sites, or experience the tranquility of our lakeside sites. Our park offers seasonal campsites, nightly camping and boat slips. The season runs from May 1-Oct 31.

Enjoy the pristine water as you relax on our private sandy beach or launch a boat to explore the lake’s hundreds of beautiful islands. Stoney Lake is known for its excellent fishing and is home to large populations of bass, walleye, and muskie.

Petroglyph Provincial Park, located right across the street is a sacred Indigenous site with the largest known concentration of aboriginal rock carvings in Canada. Explore the excellent hiking trails the park has to offer or visit McGinnis Lake, one of few meromictic lakes in North America.Β 

At the end of each day the lullaby of the northern loon will call through the cool night air as you drift off to sleep. We can’t wait to share our place with you!





Boat launch/slips

Canoe, Kayak & Paddle boat rentals


Nearby Hiking Trails

Comfort station

Ways To Stay

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Seasonal Sites

Stoney Lake - Seasonal Site

23 Cheboutequion Dr, Lakefield, ON K0L 2H0