FOCA Association Members are groups who represent lakes or roads, and who have paying members. The annual fee for Associations is $125 plus $3.50/member. Association benefits include tools and resources, a vote at the FOCA AGM and access to the FOCA member rate on Commercial General Liability and Directors & Officers Insurance. Your Association members can access all FOCA’s membership benefits, including the boat and cottage insurance program CottageFirst, and all other offers listed on our Benefits webpage.
NOTE: a road group may join as a Supporting Group if their per-member figures are already counted/paid for by their local Lake Association that is an existing, full FOCA Association Member. Contact the FOCA office if you need clarification, or are unsure how to join or renew.
Thank you to our Supporting Groups:
Balsam Lake Association
Big Hawk Road Association
Big Rock Road Association
Bob Lake Association
Bruce Peninsula Biosphere Association
Cavendish Community Ratepayers Assoc.
Chutes Trail Cottagers Association
Coalition for Equitable Water Flow
Echo Bay Road Association
Environment Council for Clear, Ston(e)y and White Lakes
Federation of Tiny Township Shoreline Associations
Fitch Lane Road Association
Georgian Bay Association
Greater Sudbury Watershed Alliance
Kawartha Lake Stewards Association
Kawartha Land Trust
Kawartha Park Cottagers’ Association
Lakeview Park Cottagers Association
Long Lake Stewardship Committee
Mulberry Lane Road Association
Northwest Belmont Lake Roads Association
Peninsula Lake Association
Pond Road Association
Shadow Lake Road 55, Coboconk
Question: If my lake association is a member of FOCA, am I a member?
Answer: Yes! If you are a paid member of one of FOCA’s member Associations, you are a FOCA member and can access all the benefits of membership, including Members-only resources on this website. Look for your Association name here:
Cottage, lake and road associations are the backbone of waterfront Ontario.
FOCA members live within the landscape, and are an integral part of the rural community. Despite the sometimes humble trappings of lake meetings, and the casual clothes, folks in cottage country are dedicated and passionate, vested in the future and intimately familiar with the resources, special attributes and changes happening on our lakes and rivers.
How does FOCA help Member Associations?
As a membership organization, Associations are FOCA’s core supporters. We were encouraged that our last membership survey indicated 90% of our member Associations saw membership figures steady or up, over the prior year. We want you to thrive!
Read onward for tools for your Association.
FOCA can help our members with a variety of Association tools, including:
Get links, here: FOCA’s Toolkit for Associations
“Waterfront property owners face challenges we can’t solve on our own. That’s where FOCA comes in.”
Ted Spence, FOCA Member, Catchacoma Lake
* To access Members Only resources, apply for your member Login.