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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2023 Park Entry PermitsNews
February 1, 2023

Get your 2023 Park Pass

Your Park Passes for 2023 The cycle for the Annual Permit changed on January 1st. Annual Permits now cover the entire 2023 calendar year (Jan 1 to Dec 31) and…
November 2, 2022

DTX Performing at Sons of Kent Brewery

The Sons of Kent Brewery in Chatham is hosting Rondeau's own band DTX on Saturday, November 19th at 8pm.  This is a fundraiser for the Rondeau Yacht Club in hopes…
July 7, 2022

Brad Connor recognized for life-saving efforts

Sharing some good news with you! On July 5, 2022, the RCA presented Brad Connor with a plaque to recognize his life-saving efforts on the long weekend in May when…
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…