Another month has come and gone, and what a gorgeous month it was! It hardly felt like fall until a week ago. Leaves have started to change and the water has dropped very quickly over the past week. If you haven’t done so already, please make sure to make arrangement with Gord for us to pick up your boat as soon as possible so we can get them all in and ready to hibernate.
Hunting season has also started so please remember to wear orange if you are going out for a walk.
Our hours for October are 9am-5pm everyday this week, however as usual we will be closed on Sundays after Thanksgiving until snowmobile trails open.
It looks like it will be a gorgeous weekend – enjoy your turkey and Happy Thanksgiving!
Labour Day already?! It sure doesn’t feel like it.
What an incredible summer we’ve had…amazing weather, good water levels, and lots going on around the lakes and in the community. We had a great summer crew here this year, and as you can see despite being busy, they too had some fun this summer – Gord taught them how to mop, Claire tried to see how many water jugs she could carry at once, Arcade never missed a ride anywhere, and they even got to go parasailing! Good luck back at school this year and thanks for a great summer.
Boats have been coming in steadily today and the lists are ever-growing for pick-ups over the coming weeks. Please get in touch with Gord to book storage for your toys this winter.
We want to wish all the kids out there a great week back to school and we will see you soon!
What an exciting week we’ve had! We owe a huge thank you to Rick Asling for organizing another fantastic fireworks display last Saturday night. Thank you also to all the local businesses and everyone who contributed to this great event – they were fabulous!
Yesterday, the crew from Ski-Mazing Parasailing came up and spent a day on Mississagua Lake taking cottagers up parasailing to see the lake from above. They were busy all day and were kind enough to stay until 8 the kids who worked here yesterday got off at 8 so they could go for a ride! All of the photos above are from their ride. They had a blast and we’ve heard great reviews from other fliers today – hopefully this will also become an annual event!
Finally, and perhaps most importantly, despite the rain we had on Friday, the Fire Ban in still in effect! “The open fire ban is expected to remain in place until significant rainfall occurs. Park users are not permitted to have campfires at this time. Portable stoves that have a fuel source with a control valve may still be used for cooking and warmth. The public is asked to exercise extreme caution. Charcoal BBQs may not be used.”
Stay safe and have a great week!