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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April 1, 2022

Don’t Throw Away Your 2021 Park Pass

Well, here's some good news! Don't throw away your 2021 Park Pass. Ontario Parks has again allowed 2021 passes to be used for the 2022 Season. As announced in the…
January 20, 2022

Recent Cottage Vandalism

Whitty Cottage We are letting everyone know about a recent cottage break-in. Park staff noticed last Friday, January 14, that the old Whitty cottage on Water Street had been broken…
January 19, 2022

Need a permit during the current partial lockdown?

We received this note from Jessica, our cottage liason from the park office: "Due to covid and the current restrictions I am working remotely. Once I know when I will…
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January 8, 2022

Our Rondeau Watchdogs

John and Brian Price Since there are so many new leaseholders over the past year, I want to introduce you to John and Brian Price. John is...well... where do I…