Protecting our lakes today and for future generations – Bitter, Burdock, Coleman, Little Redstone, Long (Tedious), Pelaw and Redstone Lakes.


Make A Difference

For 60 years the RLCA has worked as a volunteer-based group to ensure the quality of our water and that nature that surrounds the lake are maintained.  Now as we embark on the next 60 years, we want to ensure that generations to come appreciate what has been preserved so that their families can continue to enjoy the most beautiful lakes in Haliburton.  Please contact us if you are interested in volunteering.

Community Connection

We are proud of our cottages community! Get informed about the latest social posts as well as community events, clubs, weather and so much more through our NEW community connection portal.

Water Quality

Our lakes, rivers, and associated natural environmental features support Haliburton’s way of life and our stewardship is central to the creation of a Shoreline Preservation By-law. Building on current legislation, policies, and by-laws, the proposed by-law includes but is not limited to…

New Cottager Guide

Our cottage community has been a family tradition and summer destination for over 60 years. You’re going to love it here!

To help you settle into our cottager’s community, here is a list of resources that you will find helpful during your first year as a new cottage owner!

Lead Fishing Tackle can kill Common Loons

A small amount of lead will cause massive fatal lead poisoning in a loon.
It’s a terrible death for these legendary birds. And it is so easily avoidable.

Get a FREE Limited Edition Custom Lure

When you turn your lead fishing weights or tackle.

  • Where:

    2024 RLCA Annual General Meeting
    Haliburton Forest Presentation Building

  • When:

    July 6th, 2024

  • Time:

    9am – 1pm

Have a Complaint or Concern about something on the lake?
Contact the Municipality of Dysart et al By Law Enforcement Office directly.

Recent News

2024 Photo Contest

ENTER TO WIN a Mug Featuring the Winning Image!

Send us your best photo from the summer of 2024 for a chance to win. Show us how you have been spending your days at the cottage.

Winner will be announced March 15, 2025

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CLEAN, DRAIN and DRY Your Boat

Motors, boats, and Ontario’s ecosystems can be ruined by zebra mussels and other aquatic invasive species. Take a few simple steps to preserve our lakes and fisheries: CLEAN off any plants or debris, DRAIN bilges and ballast water, and DRY any wet areas of your boat.

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Fire Ban & Fireworks

This summer has been off to a smoky start. Smoke from wildfires in Quebec is causing hazy conditions while dry weather conditions expose us to our own wildfire risks. We encourage our members to do everything

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