Larder Lake is a township and community in the Canadian province of Ontario, in the Timiskaming District. It is located along Highway 66 at the north-western part of the lake bearing the same name.
The Township had a population of 684 in the Canada 2011 Census.
The area of the Township is 229.65 km2 (88.67 sq mi).
Larder Lake is located on highway 66 just west of the Quebec border. It is 2 ½ hours north of North Bay. Only miles from the divide of the watershed that leads to the Artic. The area is ideal for hiking, boating and snowmobiling. We have a wonderful ski hill operated by a hard working community committee.
Our municipal complex includes a community centre, municipal administration offices, public library, and senior’s club along with a youth activity centre.
Come and visit Larder Lake, Ontario, "The town with the big heart and the big trout". You may never want to leave!
Larder Lake and area has abundant wildlife such as moose and black bear, plentiful fish that include Lake Trout, Walleye (Pickerel) and Small Mouth Bass, and endless Boreal forests with hidden trails, streams and rivers. Campers, photographers, boaters, sledders, hunters and fishermen are sure to have a memorable stay in Larder Lake, where there are wholesome activities for the whole family to enjoy.
Township of Larder Lake 2009 Community Profile