Lake Cable


Lake Cable

Town(s): Canton OH

Size: 150 acres
Average Depth: 18 feet
Maximum Depth: feet

Boating Allowed: Kayaks, Canoes, Sail Boats, Electric Motor Boats, Power Boats, Horsepower or Speed Restrictions
Boating Comments: 9.9 HP Limit.
Swimming: Swimming Allowed, Some Restrictions

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Lake Cable – is a 700-home community located in Canton, Ohio, just outside of Akron, Ohio and is 1 hour from Cleveland. The lake is located next to Stark County’s busiest retail area, the Akron-Canton Airport and is a very popular residential and recreational community in the area. With a quiet lake and a great location, Lake Cable is a wonderful lake to experience the lakefront lifestyle!

Lake / Beach / Amenities – Lake Cable is a 150-acre lake with an average depth of 18 feet. Although the lake has a HP limit of 9.9, the community is still active with kayaking, canoeing and other recreational boating activities. Anglers also frequently visit the lake to catch bass, catfish and bluegill. Lake Cable has one of the best beaches in the area and is popular with residents and non-residents alike, as people outside the community can buy a pass that allows them to use the sandy beach even if they don’t live at the lake. You can always find residents basking in the sun at the Lake Cable beach. Members will also have access to the 15,000-sq. ft. clubhouse as well as the Lake Cable Shopping Center, the oldest shopping center in Ohio.

Nearby Activities – With such a great location residents at Lake Cable have plenty to do, as Canton itself is famous for being the home of the Pro Football Hall of Fame. Residents will also enjoy visiting the Canton Classic Car Museum, as well as the McKinley Presidential Library and Museum. And not too far away members can drive to the Portage Lakes in Akron for additional boating and skiing opportunities. Not to mention that Canton, as a larger city, will give residents access to all the conveniences of city living.

Water Quality: No Known Issues
Vegetation Growth: Unknown
Non-native Species: Unknown

Fishing Comments: Extensive catch limit rules
Fish Species: Crappie, Largemouth Bass, Smallmouth Bass, Bluegill, Walleye

Boat Access: Access for Power and Non-power Boats
Parking Spaces: 21-40

Shoreline Development: 75-100%