Kenogami lake is a long lake in the Saguenay–Lac-Saint-Jean region of south-central Quebec, Canada. Situated at an altitude of 150 m, the lake is 27 km long and 11 to 102 m deep. "Kénogami" means "long lake" in the Montagnais dialect and was originally used to refer to Kenogami Lake, Ontario.
|Location||Saguenay / Lac-Ministuk / Larouche / Hébertville, Saguenay–Lac-Saint-Jean, Quebec|
|Primary inflows||Pikauba, Cyriac and Aux-Écorces Rivers|
|Max. length||27 km (17 mi)|
|Surface area||57 km2 (22 sq mi)|
|Max. depth||102 m (335 ft)|
|Settlements||Lac-Kénogami, Hébertville station|
The lake is fed by dozens of small rivers coming from the Laurentian Highlands. The three principal being the Pikauba, Cyriac and Aux-Ecorces Rivers. The towns on its shores include Lac-Kénogami, and Hébertville station.