Welcome to the Loon Call Lake website a handy resource for information about the lake, past, present and future. Please use the contact us page to send updates, corrections or feedback.
Are you new to the lake or just want to know more about the lake, the park or the surrounding area. Visit this link for printable reference material.
History of Loon Call Lake
In 2015 the Loon Call Lake Cottagers’ Association undertook a major effort to create and publish Loon Call Lake, A Brief History of Cottaging on Loon Call Lake. Each new cottage household receives one copy of this book, and can purchase additional copies by contacting the Loon Call Lake Cottagers’ Association President (while quantities last). Visit this link for a downloadable copy:
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- Your Loon Call Lake Executive thought you would be interested in a communication between cottagers Heather Thornton and Tom Parsons; and Mike Brown, Park Biologist – Kawartha Highlands Signature Site Park. You may be seeing Gypsy Moths near your cottage and wonder what you can or should do about them. Mike will be visiting the […]
- Another FOCA ELert has been issued for June 2020. While we will likely not post all Elerts, as you are able to subscribe to Elerts from the foca web site, with Covid-19 and the impact on cottaging we are keeping information front and centre this year. Short term rentals are now allowed, travel to Canada […]
- During these extraordinary times, FOCA continues our work on behalf of lake and rural road Associations all across the province, and the thousands of families they represent. While our physical office remains closed, our staff and Board of Directors continue to work digitally, in support of FOCA’s vision of thriving and sustainable waterfronts across Ontario. This […]