The Cedar Lake Community Club exists to enhance the lake life experience of our residents by providing the unique social element that brings neighbors together and helps form bonds that can last a lifetime. This is accomplished equally by way of the volunteers who choose to take on direct support roles, and by the residents who choose to join and participate in the club.
Join the Cedar Lake Community Club today and enjoy the full benefits of experiencing life at this special place we call home. Family memberships start at just $125 for the whole year. It is never too late to join!
These are just a few of the many benefits of your CLCC membership:
The CLCC operates a full bar in the clubhouse that is open to members at least once a week (generally Friday nights). Members can relax and socialize with neighbors over a drink while listening to music or enjoying the game on any of the large flat-screen televisions. Enjoy the “Drink of the Week” as well as occasional theme nights and live music. Check the events calendar for schedule.
The Blurb is our very own Cedar Lake newsletter that is published 11 times each year. This valuable source of community information is put together by the CLCC, CLLA and CLPO. Click here to subscribe!
The Cedar Lake Ladies Auxiliary (CLLA) is a group of resident volunteers that organizes additional events, fundraisers, and social functions focusing on family. The CLLA holds wine tastings, the Snow Ball, Santa visits, Easter egg hunt, pumpkin carving, trunk or treat, and so much more. The CLLA asks for a small $10 fee to help fund these additional events.
There are a number of lake communities similar to Cedar Lake across Morris County. These communities have organized an athletic league called Hub Lakes for the benefit of their residents. The CLCC supports our Hub Lakes teams with fields, equipment, funding, and encouragement. The athletes must be members of the club in good standing to participate in the league. Visit the Hub Lakes page for more information, including how you can participate.
The Cedar Lake Tennis Club maintains the court surface and participates in the Hub Lakes league. The club charges a nominal fee ($25/ individual or $40/family) for the maintenance of the court.
The Cedar Lake Sailing Club (CLSC) organizes and holds an annual race for the prestigious Cedar Lake Cup. Several races are run during the summer months and training is available in the club’s very own Sunfish. No additional fee is charged to participate. Click here to learn more.
The Cedar Lake Fishing Club (CLFC) holds fishing tournaments, kayak raffles and fish stocking days. They also track all catches on the lake to better understand the size and type of fish that call the lake home. No additional fee is charged to participate. Click here to learn more.
As a benefit to property owners, the Cedar Lake Community Clubhouse is available for rent to members in good standing. More information can be found on the clubhouse rental page.
*CLCC membership is open to Cedar Lake Property Owners and their tenants.