Today is Tuesday
21st
August 2018
Local Time 3:33 pm
Opening Hours
Park
Open 9:00 AM
Closed 9:00 PM
Office
Open 9:00 AM
Closed 4:30 PM
Lake Conditions

Fishing and Swimming are Allowed

Current Notices

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Our Current Members
Total Members
On Site Today
211
Current
Running Members
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Current Weather

Association Annual Fees

The Midnapore Lake Residents Association annual lake fee can be paid either in person at the Lake House Office (by cheque, debit, Visa or MasterCard) or through the mail (by cheque only). Please be aware that for security reasons we do not accept cash.

If paying through the mail we appreciate you including the bottom portion of your invoice with your payment. Please be aware that late payments incur a penalty of 18% per annum compounding monthly adding to the account on a daily basis.

Invoices are distributed by the beginning of December each year and are due and payable on or before January 1st.

All returned cheques will incur an additional $25.00 administration fee.

Thank you for your assistance in paying your fees promptly.

Private Boats On The Lake

Privately owned boats may be used on the lake. No gas motors of any kind are permitted.

All boats brought onto the lake property may be inspected for fitness for use.

Battery powered boats must use proper marine specification sealed batteries so that submersion in event of capsize will not allow spillage into the lake.

Privately owned boats should be beached on the boat launch at least 30 minutes prior to closing.

Privately owned boats should be secured by their owners to prevent unauthorized third party usage. Damage to private boats is the owners responsibility if they are docked in the public area.