Welcome to the web site of the Six Mile Lake Cottagers Association.
This site is your information resource for Six Mile Lake.
Community Plan Survey 2011
The results of our community survey conducted in the summer of 2011 are available below.
Echoes of Six Mile Lake
We are down to the last few copies of Echoes of Six Mile Lake: A Journey Through Time in Muskoka. Books are available for $70.00 and can be mailed at an extra cost.
Contact Mary Boddy at 705-728-6769 or via email at: .
Updates & Information
- 2014 Golf Outing
- Updated Jul 8, 2014
- Can you golf? Sure you can...
- Can you golf well? Of course...
- Do we care? Not really...
- Date: Tuesday, August 5th
- Time: 1:00 pm shotgun start
- Where: Bonaire Golf Course in Coldwater
- Cost: $100 per golfer or $400 per team and includes 18 holes of golf, a golf cart, dinner and prizes.
- Cleanup 2014
- Updated Jul 9, 2014
- Fire Pump Training
- Updated Jul 09, 2014
- Eurasian Milfoil: 2014 Update
- Updated Jul 09, 2014
- Water Levels
- Updated Apr, 23 2013
Come and demo those golf skills at the 10th annual Six Mile Lake Golf Outing. More important, connect with your fellow lakers and meet some of the people who share our piece of paradise. Its fun, the foods great and there are prizes for everyone.
To book for yourself or for your team, contact Marguerite Locke at 416-587-4444 or via email: Marguerite.Locke@SixMileLake.net
Not everyone respects the environment, property or our beautiful lake. Many of the public access points around the lake, such as White's Falls, Six Mile Dam. McDonald Dam or the camping spots in Lost Channel are frequently littered with people's thoughtless actions.
Thankfully, our Peter Dionisio has spearheaded a summer campaign to cleanup the lake. If you are a High School student in need of community service hours, come help us cleanup these public access areas. Come help out even if you don't need to log community service hours.
For dates, times and locations please contact Peter.Dionisio@SixMileLake.net
Help make a difference.
This summer, our fire pump training session will be held on Saturday, July 26th at 10:00am.
Training to be held at the Regatta site, just north of the entrance to Lost Channel.
The training will be hands-on. You will assemble, start and use a fire pump. You will also disassemble a fire pump. You should expect to get wet and possibly dirty!
To reserve a spot for the training please contact Chris.Huddart@SixMileLake.net
In December, following a long trail of paperwork, we received our permit from the MNR to allow removal of Eurasian Water Milfoil (EWM). There are several conditions to the permit, the most important being that removal is not allowed before July 16th. This is to protect fish spawning as well as native plant growth.
Now that we have the permit we are going to need help from the lake community. The lake association is not going to come to your dock and remove the weeds for you. However, we will train you on how to identify EWM and how to properly remove it and dispose of it.
Currently we have planned for two training sessions on July 19th and 26th. You can sign up for the training by sending your name, location and preferred date to EWM@SixMileLake.net
If you don’t go through the training then you are not covered by our work permit. Please don’t go out on your own. Indiscriminately raking or pulling all weeds from the water is bad for the lake and will jeopardize our permit. Sign up for the training and learn how!
Take the time to learn more about the Eurasian milfoil: www.invadingspecies.com
Found this great little link to a Parks Canada site that shows you real-time information on water levels at Six Mile Lake.
You need to click through a "I Accept" waiver but then you can navigate right to our lake or any waterway in the are to find out how high or low the levels are.
Get some value for your tax dollar and check it out at...6 Mile Lake Water Level
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Last update: July 09, 2014 09:38:48 PM