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Welcome to Raven Lake!

The Raven Lake Cottagers' Association is excited to share our website, including some members-only features. In particular, members who are logged into the site have access to a member directory to help you connect with friends and neighbours. 

You'll find regular Raven Lake News updates here as well as on our Facebook page. 

We'll be adding new features to the site in the future, so visit often. If you have any suggestions for content or would like to contribute to the site, please contact us

Why should you join the RLCA?

All residents of Raven Lake are invited to join the Raven Lake Cottagers' Association.

Your property on Raven Lake represents a major investment. The Raven Lake Cottagers' Association (RLCA) works on your behalf to help protect property values and the quality of life we all enjoy at Raven Lake, now and in the future.

The annual membership fee is only $40.

Following is a list of some things the RLCA does:

  • Currently developing a plan to secure permanent access and parking for water access property owners at the Highway 35 landing site.
  • Organize social events: The Regatta, Spring Social, Corn Roast, CPR course, and Family Fishing Day.
  • Collect water samples and Secchi-disc readings which are monitored for changes in phosphorus levels and water clarity –key measurements of the health of our lake.
  • Maintain a close relationship with both Lake of Bays and Algonquin Highlands Townships and work with them on many issues such as removing abandoned boats at the landing, repairing and maintaining the public docks, parking lot lighting and maintenance.
  • Offer an avenue to access other members their experiences and their networks of contractors when in need.



About Raven

Raven Lake sits on the border of the districts of Muskoka and Haliburton, just 3 kms south of the historic town of Dorset, Ontario. The western portion of the lake touches highway 35 in the Lake of Bays Township while most of the lake is in the Algonquin Highlands. 

Raven lies near the top of the Black River watershed providing beautiful, clean water that the residents are committed to preserving. The lake has a maximum depth of about 41.8 m (137 feet) and a surface area of 520 hectares (1285 acres). The perimeter is some 36 km (22 miles) and roughly 70% of the shoreline is preserved as Crown land.


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