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2022 Membership Fees

$25 for New Members

$50 for Returning Members


About the Association 

The Horn Lake Property Owners' Association (HLPOA) acts as a voice for property owners on Horn Lake and advocates for their concerns including development on our lake, water quality, property taxes and lake spirit.

While we all enjoy the benefits of  living and cottaging, there is no certainty that the pristine environment we currently benefit from will continue to exist in the future.   

The continued work of the HLPOA requires the support of all property owners on the lake.

Your annual dues help the Association by providing the following:

Fire Safety and Prevention

The cost of maintenance/replacement of the fire huts and theĀ fire equipment inside them located on the lake.

For more information on the Fire Huts, click here.

Boating Safety

The purchase, installation, and maintenance of lake marker buoys.

Currently, one marker in the channel west of Birch Crest, more to come in 2020. If you have suggestions, please contact us.

Website

The upkeep of this website. We ensure it is updated frequently and secure from cyber-attacks.

Discounts!

Discounts through our FOCA membership on brands like Coleman, Cottage Life, Dock-in-a-box, Cottage First Insurance, plus much more.

If you are a member of the HLPOA, email us for the code you will need to receive the discounts.

Municipal Relations

Attending and working with local government, both in the Municipality of Magnetawan and Ryerson Township.

Insurance

Since the Association is an incorporated company, we need liability insurance.

Guest Speakers

We started with a Fire Prevention seminar in 2019 and plan to launch a Lunch & Learn Program in 2022 where we'll host guest speakers at the lake.

Environmental Scientists, fire prevention, and general equipment maintenance are on the agenda.

To suggest a topic that you would like covered, please contact us.

F.O.C.A

Membership with the Federation of Ontario Cottage Associations (F.O.C.A.).

FOCA will continue to be the pre-eminent Ontario-wide organization representing cottagers and permanent waterfront residents. FOCA will be responsible for promoting vibrant and sustainable waterfront communities through effective communication, education and advocacy.

F.O.C.A. website is here.

Special Events

Seminars where guest speakers discuss Fire Safety, Keeping The Lake Clean, Best Practices,...

We have held Lake Regattas at Birch Crest and most recently a Boat Parade.

Interested in helping out? Awesome! Contact us.