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Welcome to the RLPOA Site

 

 

 

Welcome to the RLPOA website.
Annual General Meeting - Saturday July 28th

Annual Meeting of the RLPOA at St Casimir's Parish Hall, 9:00 Registration, 9:30 AM Meeting

 
Run, Walk, Jog or Bike
The RLPOA Board has been busy and now we have kilometer markers around the entire lake. Twenty seven markers, one every kilometre, are a great addition to our lake to allow the community to get outdoors, exercise and measure their fitness progress.  The starting point is at the intersection of County Road 58 and Red Rock Road and route goes clockwise around the Lake. Many thanks to the many volunteers who worked with the County of Renfrew and the Township of Killaloe, Hagarty and Richards who made it happen. 
 
Round Lake Property Owners Association

Welcome to the Round Lake Property Property Owners web site. Round Lake is located in the Ottawa Valley nestled in between Algonquin Park and the Ottawa River. As the name suggests it is a round lake 6 km in diameter on the Bonnechere River System.

This web site supports and promotes the goal of the RLPOA to represent the 470 residents on the lake on issues related to protecting the natural beauty of the area. Any comments or suggestions on the content or the site are welcome. Please e-mail to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it


 
Celebrate the Bonnechere River

The Bonnechere River Watershed Project (BRWP) is partnering with numerous other organizations and municipalities this summer to bring group paddle opportunities to residents and tourists. Some of the events also feature local food and entertainment, and all will feature plenty of fun!

Go the BRWP site for details.  

 
LakeTrout Restocking

To date there has been 43,450 lake trout added to our lake by the Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry (MNRF) with contributions from the Round Lake Property Owners Association, The Township of Killaloe, Hagarty and Richards as well as individuals.

When the program started Darwin Rosien, Senior Fish and Wildlife Technician briefed Killaloe, Hagarty and Richards Township Council on July 17 th as well as the RLPOA Meeting on July 30th on the program. An excellent article prepared by Terry Fleurie, a staff writer of The Eganville Leader was printed in the July 25 edition. A copy is reprinted with permission. Click here for link.

At the 2016 Annual Meeting it was reported that the restocking program is being assessed by MNRF.  The assistance of local fisherman has been requested by logging their catches and reporting them to the Ministry. Log booklets are available from our Association Lake Stewart Ron Wolfgram 613-757-0472

 
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