2022 Pike Lake Community Association Events

Save the following dates!  

  • June 4  (Rain date June 5) 
       10:00 am until you're done!  
      2022 Dock Sale
      The Pike Lake Life version of a yard sale!
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When opening up in the spring, be sure to set aside gently used items that other Pike Lakers might be able to use and turn them into cash!  What a great way to be environmentally responsible by recycling and reusing.  

We encourage you to register as a vendor (no cost!) using a simple form.  We'll keep track and communicate to our members a list of those Pike Lakers who are selling things.

Register as a vendor by clicking here

We hope you'll enjoy this chance to let go of things that no longer bring you joy, check in with your neighbours, and maybe even contribute to the community that supports us by donating a small part of the proceeds to a local organization such as The Table Community Food Bank in Perth. 

Below is a list of those Pike Lakers who will be selling items during the Dock Sale. 


The list and map will be updated weekly on Thursdays until mid-May and then more frequently until the sale. It is better to view on a tablet or laptop.   

Pike Laker            Dock Address                      Location description                Items for Sale 

Naomi and Grant    646 Route 17A                  Blue two storey boathouse       To Be Determined

Fowlie                    (Donnelly Bay)                 (location of boat-in movie)

Kathy Noxon         196 Byrnes Road                Far end of lake towards            To Be Determined 

                                                                   Westport, around the point

Dorothy Forsythe   348 Pike Lake Rte 1           Newish grey cottage by             General items, home decor

                                                                   Ravensdale Island                     and husband

Dan Parent            376 Pike Lake Rte 1           Big blue white deck over the      General items, golf equipment 

                                                                    lake South Ravendale Island      maybe surprise 🤭🤫

Carrie and James    494 Pike Lake Rte 1          2 red Muskoka chairs, large        Smaller white fridge

Innes                                                            T-shaped floating dock

Below is an overview map with all the vendor locations indicated by a red "dock".   Click here to view the full map where you can zoom in to see the addresses more clearly.                                                                                   

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  • June 25
  • 8:15 - 9:00 Coffee 
  • 9:00 - 11:00 Meeting
Annual General Meeting

Currently planned as an in-person event with mandatory mask wearing and social distancing. Coffee will only be served outside as a COVID precaution.  

A possible Plan B date is Wednesday, June 22, at 7 pm on Zoom if COVID protocols don't allow for an in-person meeting. 

Group Lecture
  • July 2 (Rain date July 3) 
  • 11:00 am start time
    Boatilla and Barbeque!!! 



     Meet at the south end of the lake at 11:00 am.


     Float ends at noon at the entrance to Grants

     Creek at the north end of the lake at the

     Duguid Property.



     12:00 - 1:00 pm 

     $5 per person (under 12 are free) for BBQ.


     Games and prizes for best decorated boat.   

     Bring along your own lawn chairs.  


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Swan Lake
  • July 30 (Rain date July 31)
Boat-In Movie 

The Fowlie and Sibbit families invite you to the 11th annual boat-in movie night. Motor or paddle over in your watercraft to watch a family friendly movie. Look for the big screen on the boat house on Route 17A. 

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  • September - Date TBD
Hiking Rock Dunder

Rock Dunder is a fabulous hike at any time of the year, but in the fall with the colours of the leaves turning, it's a fabulous experience.  

We thought it would be fun to get a group of Pike Lakers together to do this iconic hike in our own backyard. We can car pool to save on our environment and gas money and get a group rate as well. If there is interest there are a couple of possible stops to either eat or pick up fresh farm produce and other fun edibles nearby.     

Good shoes/hiking boots are definitely recommended, as there are a variety of surfaces traversed and it can be wet and muddy if it has recently rained. The Summit Trail climbs to one of the highest points in the area, so there is definitely some vertical gain, but it's a very gentle rise and no one will be racing to the top. 

Further information on the area can be found on their website by clicking here.  And information on the trails can be found clicking here.  

If you are interested in participating please send an email to info@pikelake.ca. Nearer the end of the summer we'll be in touch to set a firm date.  

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