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Bringing our community together naturally

Our Mission is yours

The Lake St. Peter Property Owners' Association is a non-profit, community-based and volunteer-driven organization dedicated to the support of, and advocacy for, conservation of Lake St. Peter and Boulter Lake, their waterways and surrounding lands for present and future generations through responsible environmental stewardship.

To connect, educate and empower

Volunteer, Participate, or Donate

Upcoming Events

  • Sept 17, 2022, 7:00 a.m.
    Maynooth, 6 Anaf Rd, Maynooth, ON K0L 2S0, Canada
    Drop off your items safely. Sept 17th, October 15th - 2022 Community Reusable Goods Days Household Hazardous Waste Dates at 6 ANAF Road Maynooth
  • Sept 07, 2022, 9:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m. EDT
    Public can view or attend Council Meetings online by subscribing to Hastings Highlands Youtube channel.
  • Sept 04, 2022, 9:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m.
    Lake Saint Peter Community Centre, 5 Boulter Lake Rd, Lake Saint Peter, ON K0L 2K0, Canada
    Our AGM is scheduled for Sunday September 4th. Registration 8:30 in person. Meeting: 9:00 - 11:30am (Location: Lake St Peter Community Centre) Marketplace of information: Come early and visit tables. Environment, Boating Safety, Fire Services, Land Use and more.
  • Aug 20, 2022, 9:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.
    Del Mar Cottages, 34 Card Rd, Lake Saint Peter, ON K0L 2K0, Canada
    Drop by Saturday August 20, 2022 @ Delmar Cottages. to be confirmed. Your Yard Sale Donations can be made at Delmar Cottages or the Scanlans @ 202A Centre Rd.

Lake St. Peter & Boulter Lake

working together works!

Gypsy Moths

Gypsy moth embryos must go into diapause (arrested development) under the cold temperatures of winter before they can hatch in the spring. ... A temperature of -25°C can kill 20% of embryos if it lasts for 1 day and up to 95% if it lasts for 5 days.

Forest Lake

Shoreline Tips

Your shoreline property is a special place. As part of a larger ecosystem it's always important to consider the health of your natural shoreline and preserve the relationship with native plants and species that call it home.

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