Cedar River Flow

The Cedar River Flow is a remote 640-acre (2.6 km2) shallow lake, created by the Wakely Dam, where there are 10 campsites accessible via a gravel road, 14 miles (23 km) from Indian Lake or 23 miles (37 km) from Inlet. This area is also known as the Cedar River Entrance, and beyond it is the 150 campsites of Moose River Plains.

More campsites are accessible via canoe, around the Flow. It lies on the border between the Moose River Plains Wild Forest and the West Canada Lake Wilderness Area.

You can paddle up the Cedar River, above Cedar River Flow to the first Lean-To. Shortly thereafter, water levels are too low for paddling.

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Map: Cedar River Flow

Map: Cedar River Flow

The Cedar River Flow is a remote 640-acre (2.6 km2) shallow lake, created by the Wakely Dam, where there are 10 campsites accessible via a gravel road, 14 miles (23 km) from Indian Lake or 23 miles (37 km) from Inlet. This area is also known as the Cedar River Entrance, and beyond it is the 150 campsites of Moose River Plains.

More campsites are accessible via canoe, around the Flow. It lies on the border between the Moose River Plains Wild Forest and the West Canada Lake Wilderness Area.

You can paddle up the Cedar River, above Cedar River Flow to the first Lean-To. Shortly thereafter, water levels are too low for paddling.

The Cedar River Flow

"The Cedar River Flow was part of my territory when I was a Forest Ranger. Since I retired I have been visiting it once a week during the summer while observing loons for the Adirondack Center for Loon Conservation, so I have gotten to know it quite well. Whatever you might want to do in the outdoors including fishing, hunting, trapping, camping, canoeing, kayaking, birding, photographing, or swimming, the Flow has it all."

"The area is surrounded by beautiful mountains. Looking far to the west you can see the Pillsbury Mountain Fire Tower, Little Moose, and Manbury Mountain. To the north Is Cellar Mountain, and beyond that is Wakely Mountain Fire Tower and the Blue Ridge Wilderness Area. Buck and Buell Mountains lie to the south, and to the east is the ledge of Water Barrel Mountain and the Cedar River Valley."

Map: Wakely Dam Campsites

Map: Wakely Dam Campsites

The Cedar River Flow is a remote 640-acre (2.6 km2) shallow lake, created by the Wakely Dam, where there are 10 campsites accessible via a gravel road, 14 miles (23 km) from Indian Lake or 23 miles (37 km) from Inlet. This area is also known as the Cedar River Entrance, and beyond it is the 150 campsites of Moose River Plains.

More campsites are accessible via canoe, around the Flow. It lies on the border between the Moose River Plains Wild Forest and the West Canada Lake Wilderness Area.

You can paddle up the Cedar River, above Cedar River Flow to the first Lean-To. Shortly thereafter, water levels are too low for paddling.