Welcome to Conestogo Lake and the Conestogo lake cottagers association!
Conestogo Lake is in the heart of Mennonite country. It is a 'Y' shaped lake that stretches 6 kilometres up each arm. The lake is actually a reservoir controlled by a concrete flood control dam. The Conestogo Lake Conservation Area features large tracts of forest, giving the appearance that the park is in northern Ontario. This is a multi-recreational use park that is used for many activities including camping, power boating, sailing, water skiing, canoeing and fishing.
The lake is located just SW of Drayton, Ontario. From Stratford, the lake is approximately 50 km NE. From Kitchener, the lake is approximately 60 km NW.
What is the CONESTOGO LAKE COTTAGERS ASSOCIATION inc. (CLCA)?
The Grand River Conservation Authority (GRCA) owns the lands in an around Conestogo Lake. A cottage lot program exists allowing for 398 private leased land lots. Many of these leases facilitate seasonal property access to cottages and leisure dwellings with a lake front view.
In 1971 a Volunteer Association called the CLCA was developed out of a need to support "ONE VOICE" representing the leased cottage lot owners. Most of these cottagers are members of the Conestogo Lake Cottagers' Association (CLCA).
To use all the features of this website including the Buy-Sell Page and CLCA Contacts, please log-in with the primary email address and password for your member account. If you cannot remember your password simply click "forgot password" and a new password will be sent to your email address.
Please note that the Buy-Sell / Lost-Found and Contact links will not show up on the menu, unless you are logged in.
Fully Paid CLCA Members have private access to Buy-Sell / Lost-Found and Advertisers supporting services for Cottagers.