Little Bald Lake is a small lake located in the Kawartha Lakes region in South Central Ontario. It is a spring-fed lake connected to Pigeon Lake to the West and Big Bald lake to the East and is subsequently part of the Trent-Severn Waterway. Nearby towns include Buckhorn to the East and Point Pleasant to the West.

Little Bald Lake is known for its fishing and bird populations and contains wild rice on the North shore which is harvested by the Curve Lake first nation in the Fall.

It is approximately 2 hours 15 minutes by car from Toronto to Little Bald Lake and 45 minutes from Peterborough.