Since 1894, when 20 lots were first surveyed, cottaging has been a part of the Rondeau Park community. The cottagers take great pride in the park which they consider their “second home”, actively promoting the betterment of the park for cottagers and other users through the Rondeau Cottagers Association. In 2014, the Rondeau Cottagers Association mission statement states cottagers are “protecting, preserving, and promoting Rondeau’s natural and historical environment.”

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September 9, 2021

Long time Cottager Peter Alford Passes

Joan and Peter Alford at their grandson Nelson’s wedding in 2016. After a tender week of family visits, a rekindled love for Vernor’s ginger ale, sharing stories and offering wisdom,…
Vaccine ClinicNews
August 28, 2021

CK Public Health hosts Vaccine Clinic in Park

On Saturday, August 28, Chatham Kent Public Health hosted a COVID-19 Vaccination Clinic in Rondeau Park. The health unit's mobile outreach team brought 3 public health nurses to the pavilion…
July 30, 2021

Defibrillator Located at the Yacht Club

In case you didn't know, the park has a defibrillator.  Dr Dave Colby has recently replaced the batteries and the pads so it is up to date. It is situated…
Rondeau ForeverNews
July 29, 2021

New Rondeau History Book

This is Bill Stephen's 7th history book of Rondeau. Local historian and author Bill Stephen has just published a new Rondeau history book! It is called "Rondeau Forever" This is…