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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January 27, 2021

Rondeau Toques available at Five-Eau

This is the Maroon colour - one of four you can order. Happy last week of January!  There is still lots of winter left so I wanted to share some…
January 12, 2021

January Cottage Break-ins

January 11, 2021 There were three break-ins at the park recently, that we know of at this time. Rob Van Deel Piepers is our liaison with Brad Connor the Park…
October 21, 2020

Good News! 2020 Passes Extended for 2021

Don't throw out your 2020 park passes! According to Ontario Parks, they are extending the use of 2020 passes into 2021. Provincial parks did not open on time this year…
July 9, 2020

Morpeth Pie Lady

Hey cottagers! Did you know there is a Morpeth Pie Lady? I just discovered her while browsing through her vintage shop on Highway 3 in Morpeth. Her name is Darlene…