Welcome to Kennebec Lake

Kennebec Lake is located in Central Frontenac, off highway 7, north of Arden, Ont (approximately 20 km west of Sharbot Lake). The lake is approximately 14 km long and is "home" to over 200 seasonal and permanent residents.

The Kennebec Lake Association is a group formed to represent residents of the Kennebec watershed. Its mission is to preserve and enhance:

  • Water Quality
  • Air Quality
  • Peace and Tranquility
  • Nature and Wildlife
  • Lifestyle

    The association acts to monitor the health of the lake and its ecosystems, organize community events, monitor lake issues such as taxes, interface with Municipal council and generally keep both seasonal and year-round residents informed of important developments.

    Recent Updates - Summer 2019

    Central Frontenac mandatory septic re-inspection program is underway

    Central Frontenac will be starting its mandatory septic re-inspection program in May 2019. For more details please refer to Central Frontenac mandatory septic inspection press release

    Spring 2019 newsletter

    The Spring 2019 newsletter and links to supporting information are available online. KLA Newsletters (current and back issues) can be accessed via the "KLA Newsletters" menu item on the left side of this home page or by going to http://kennebeclake.ca/newsletters and scrolling to current newsletter. Below the link to the newsletter are links to online information referred to in the newsletter. Back issues of the newsletter, going all the way back to issue 1, are available on our site.

    Contact the Kennebec Lake Association

    The KLA would like to have your feedback, stories and photos of the lake. We are collecting photos for a 2020 Kennebec Lake Calendar as well as for the Kennebec Lake website. For publication in the calendar, we need high-resolution photos with a horizontal orientation. The long edge should have a minimum resolution of 2300 pixels. The image should not be too dark or too light in colour. As always, we especially need winter and spring photos that are in line with the lake association’s values, with an emphasis on nature and wildlife.

    When you submit photo(s), please provide the date and location of the photo and a brief description to help us in creating an informative caption. There are currently no restrictions on what type of device (phone, tablet, camera) that the photo has been taken with. A committee will assess your photos for quality and suitability.

    The preferred method of contact is for you to use our "Contact Us" page to send an email or to submit stories, photos, etc: contact us. You can also email us at KennebecLakeInfo@kennebeclake.ca

    NOTICE: Highway 7 Bridge Replacement & traffic disruption

    The 1932 vintage Salmon River bridge on Hwy #7 just west of the Arden/Henderson intersection is being replaced in the summer of 2018. Several months ago, the Ministry of Transportation Ontario (MTO) engaged the services of Looby Construction Limited to complete a detail design and construction for the replacement of the bridge.

    During the construction, Hwy #7 will be down to a single lane and east/west traffic will be controlled by temporary traffic lights. Because of the proximity to the bridge to Arden and Henderson Roads, temporary traffic lights will also be installed to control north and south bound traffic on these two roads.


    Kennebec Lake is now on Facebook: Kennebec Lake Facebook group

    The following calendar provides information for events in Arden:
    Arden Community Calendar

    Front Page photo: Fen by the airstrip at Kennebec Lake". Photo May 5, 2019

  • Fen by the airstrip at Kennebec Lake