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
Copies of our book Echoes of Six Mile Lake: A Journey Through Time in Muskoka are still available for $70.00 and can be mailed at an extra cost.
Books are available at both marinas on the lake, the Honey Harbour Library or the Chamber of Commerce in Port Severn (Bressette House).
Alternatively, you can contact Mary Boddy at 705-728-6769 or .
Updates & Information
- 65th Regatta
- Updated July 4, 2013
- Got Golf?
- Updated July 4, 2013
- Keeping it Clean
- Updated May 16, 2013
- Water Levels
- Updated Apr, 23 2013
- 5th Annual Walk for MS 2013
- Updated Apr, 23 2013
- The Latest Council News: June 10, 2013
- Added June 18, 2013
- Check it out and stay informed...[Read More]
- Eurasian Milfoil: A Growing Concern
- Updated Jul 05, 2012
- Six Mile Wall Map
- Updated Jul 14, 2012
- 6 Mile Lake Wall Map
- Wall Map Order Form
Plan on joining the fun and games of our 65th regatta. Better yet, offer a hand to make this our best regatta in, well, 65 years. We could always use another body to make this event special for the kids and families. If you have a morning and want to contribute as a race timer, result recorder, food dispenser or jack of all trades, we could always use the help.
Contact David Lynch via email: David.Lynch@SixMileLake.net
Date: Saturday, August 3rd at 10:00 AM
Location: Regatta Bay (north of Lost Channel entrance)
How about joining your fellow Six Milers at Bonaire GCC for a friendly and fun afternoon of golf. Get to know your neighbour by helping them look for their ball in our beautiful northern forest. Then, after the round, enjoy a beverage and meal and discuss your sagging dock.
Contact: Marguerite at: Marguerite.Locke@SixMileLake.net
Date: Tuesday, August 6
Location: Bonaire Golf Course - Coldwater
Last year, Peter Dionisio lead several weekend cleanups on the lake. He helped the lake keep its pristine shape. He helped numerous young folk achieve volunteer hour requirements. And most important, he helped us all recognize that giving and caring are the lifeblood of the Six Mile community.
Help Peter make it happen again this summer. We will keep you posted on upcoming dates. In the meantime you can contact him via email email@example.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
Hats off to the dedicated and selfless group that went for their annual walk on March 30th to help out a cause.
Just another sign that Six Mile Lake is a special place filled with special people.
Great Job Folks!
The dock is back in the water and you are now familiar with the kisses of the mosquitoes - the lake is alive. While you were away, people were tirelessly working on your behalf.
Find out what's been going on at our Area Council meetings. Paul Wiancko has provided an easy to digest recap of the current issues.
Beyond the phrase "tax increase", nothing strikes more fear in the hearts of lake residents than the term "invasive species". Since our water is the single most important natural resource that defines Six mile Lake, it is understandable that a threat to the lake is a serious cause of concern. Enter the Eurasian milfoil, an aquatic invader that can consume and cover our bays and channels, making the simple pleasures of swimming or other watersports all but impossible.
Your Six Mile Lake Cottage Association has petitioned for $5000 in funding to study and map the problem on our lake. You assistance may be called upon soon to help this effort. Until then, you have a duty as a citizen to educate yourself on this issue. Without knowledge you may aid the spread of this dangerous plant, without awareness, you may be left wondering what happened to our beautiful lake.
Take the time to learn more about the Eurasian milfoil: www.invadingspecies.com
If you have been searching for a laminated, detailed, colour map of the lake - search no more. Your cottage association has the perfect gift and a great way to show off the lake. Plus you contribute to all the good things that are happening on the lake. Check out the links.
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Last update: May 16, 2013 09:38:48 PM