Our purpose is to promote, maintain
and enhance a clean and healthy
natural environment, a well serviced
community and a safe and peaceful
Lake of Bays.
Our purpose is to promote, maintain and enhance a clean and healthy natural environment, a well serviced community and a safe and peaceful Lake of Bays.
The Lake of Bays Association (LOBA) represents the interests of seasonal and permanent residents of Lake of Bays in the Northern Muskoka Lakes area of Ontario, Canada. Membership is open to all who support the mission, ideals, concerns and goals of the Association. Our members are those who affect the lake and are affected by it. We invite you to visit our website often to stay informed about the Association’s activities and the issues that impact people who live and play in and around Lake of Bays. You can help us serve Lake of Bays by being a member. Please join us.
Winter Open Board Meeting Saturday January 21, 2017; 10 AM Bethune United Church 2 Dickie Street, Baysville (map) This annual update of what’s happening around Lake of Bays is a great opportunity for our community to share news and information on a wide range of topics. In addition to updates on the District of Muskoka… Read more »
Newsflash – December 15, 2016 OMB Notice of Pre-hearing re Changes to Backlot Standards LOBA members who either attended a public meeting or provided comments on the review of the Township’s Official Plan will soon be receiving a Notice of Pre-hearing of the appeal to the Ontario Municipal Board (“OMB”) of the amendments to the… Read more »
Newsflash – December 3, 2016 New Executive Coordinator for LOBA The Lake of Bays Association is pleased to announce the appointment of Lili Davis-Burchat to the position of Executive Coordinator. Lili’s experience as a business owner/operator, office manager, teacher/instructor and running her own catering company has provided her with a wide range of skills that… Read more »
Plant list available below… This summer, the Lake of Bays Association installed a sign in the shoreline garden at Dwight Beach to recognize the Association’s contribution to the Dwight Beach Re-greening Project completed in 2012 in cooperation the Township of Lake of Bays. The project was undertaken by LOBA to demonstrate how indigenous trees and… Read more »