About Wood Lake

In the south east corner of beautiful Muskoka, Ontario, near the small town of Vankoughnet, you'll find picturesque Wood Lake.  An important logging area in the 1800's, Wood Lake has now become a sought-after destination for both cottagers and full time residents.  

Wood Lake is a perfect place to enjoy the fun activities of summer, like canoeing, kayaking, water-skiing and tubing, or just sitting around a campfire with friends and family.  Fall brings spectacular colours perfect for long walks.  In winter, Wood Lake transforms into a snowy wonderland and the snowmobiles, snowshoes and skis come out.  But regardless of the season, Wood Lake is always a great place to relax and enjoy life.

Wood Lake Fact Sheet from Ministry of Natural Resources.

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About the Wood Lake Cottagers' Association, Inc.

The Wood Lake Cottagers' Association, Inc. (WLCA) is a not-for-profit organization made up of Wood Lake property owners and their families & friends who want to preserve the lake environment and its surroundings in a state conducive to enjoyable cottaging.

The work done by the volunteers (your friends & neighbours on the lake) helps to improve property values and enhance the enjoyment of property ownership on Wood Lake. We aim to:

  • monitor and improve the health of Wood Lake, including its water quality and fish stocks

  • advocate to various levels of government on initiatives that benefit Wood Lake property owners 

  • enhance the sense of community around Wood Lake

If you aren't a member already, please join to show your support for the WLCA's many initiatives. The cost of a cottage membership is $30 per year and a social membership is $20 per year.

Joining the WLCA is more than just paying your annual membership fee.  It is a statement that you value the work done by the volunteers in the organization to enhance and maintain the value of property and quality of life around Wood Lake.