About BBLCA

Big Bald Lake is a jewel among the Kawartha Lakes of east-central Ontario. Nestled snugly to the west of Buckhorn, the lake is made up of a number of bays around the perimeter and random islands dotting the central portion, yielding a uniquely beautiful view from the shoreline of each property. Currently there are over 200 registered property owners on Big Bald Lake who have come to know this little paradise in the Kawarthas. Big Bald Lake is noted for its diverse and beautiful natural shorelines, fish and wildlife and the tranquil serenity. Big Bald Lake is located on the Trent-Severn Waterway and shares the same water levels as Little Bald, Pigeon, Chemong and Upper Buckhorn lakes.

Big Bald Lake Cottagers' Association was formed in 1992 as a group of concerned lake residents who desired a forum that would bring people together both socially and to express common environmental concerns. We are a non-profit, volunteer-run organization. We became incorporated on January 12, 2001 as we continued to grow and keep abreast of lakeside development issues.

This site is maintained by the Big Bald Lake Cottagers' Association. October 23\18

Read our Mission Statement November 26\16

Read our By-laws August 8\14

Read our Privacy Policy November 26\16

 

Board of Directors

President: Sue Flanagan
Treasurer: Tabatha Dean
Environment Director: Rich Corbin
Secretary: Brenda Thomas
Social Director: vacant
Director: vacant
October 26\20

Committees

We always welcome new committee members or volunteers for specific events.

Membership Coordinator: Nancy Boyce
E.coli & Phosphorus Water Quality Testing: Rich Corbin, John Boyce
Environmental Committee: Rich Corbin, volunteers needed
Starry Stonewort Investigation Committee: volunteers needed
Social Committee: Sue Flanagan, Nancy Boyce, Tabatha Dean, Mariko Sormon, volunteers needed
Marketing & Advertising: Mariko Sormon
Communications and Social Media: Sue Flanagan, Nancy Boyce, Tabatha Dean, Mariko Sormon
Sponsorship: Tabatha Dean, Mariko Sormon
Website: Nancy Boyce, John Curley (technical support)
Environmental Newsletter: volunteer needed
Lake Plan: volunteers needed
Road Sign Maintenance & Sign Posting: John Boyce
Map Updating: John Boyce
October 26\20

 

We donated to the Balancing Rock Plaque in Buckhorn,
a project undertaken by Big Bald Lake resident, Gary Graham.

 

 

Look for our Cenotaph Sponsor Stone at the Buckhorn Community Centre.

 

We sponsored an acre to help save Boyd Island.

 

The BBLCA is a Rockin Good Friend! We sponsored Rock the Locks in 2018 and again in 2019.