The Malachi Campers Association Inc. WELCOMES YOU to our website and to our lake !

Our Vision:
To foster a sense of community, friendship and mutual respect among the residents of Malachi Lake, while working together to preserve its unique natural and cultural heritage.

Our Mission:
To represent the interests of the membership in a prudent and transparent manner.

Our Association consists of various volunteer committees who coordinate environmental initiatives, repair and improve the Malachi Lake Trail, build and maintain Association’s docks and much more.

Executive & Directors:

Hugh Malcolmson President
John Hes Jr. Vice President
Lacey Miller Treasurer
Leslie Alexander Secretary
Ryan McLachlan Director (Roads)
Elizabeth Hughes Director (Environment)
Don Gould Director (Docks)
Gerry Rouire (Web Master)
Mark Kubanek Director (Picnic)
Hugh Malcolmson Director (Elections)
Scott Kissick Director (CAMP)
Kym Dopheide Director
Colleen Ryland Director
Len Virog Director

The Board of Directors does their best to keep cottage owners informed.

We belong to the Federation of Ontario Cottagers’ Association (FOCA) and are friends of the Lake of the Woods District Stewardship Association Inc. (LOWDSA). Both groups work hard to represent cottagers on both the provincial and federal levels, regarding everything from taxation to hydro rates.

Protecting our lake from aquatic invasive species is a priority.
We take part in water testing, loon surveys, and ice watch. We seek out relevant experts to present at our AGM and inform on our website.

The Board also sends condolences to family if a member passes, and honours them at the AGM. We also install a name plaque on one of the CAMP’S park benches or picnic tables. (*please contact us if you know of a member who has recently passed on)

We maintain books, records, and bank accounts, as well as oversee the parking and boat slip land-lease (LUP) at the main docks. We pay insurance and service fees when required. We donate funds to the Pickerel Lake Roads Board and the Pellatt United Volunteer Fire Department, who are so vital to emergency services in our community.

The Malacam is our web camera, a sentinel over the lake. It officially went into service on September 8, 2011.