Welcome to the Percy Lake Ratepayers’ Association

2023 Events




The annual meet-up for cottage owners to discuss lake news and issues. Most importantly, where fishing tournament trophies are given out.


Location: FIRA Hall, 5827 Haliburton Lake Road



Bass Tournament

For those that are new to the lake, there is no better way to learn about the bass of Percy Lake than by participating in the tournament. We have a great tradition of sharing the day’s successes and techniques at the end of the tournament. Read more about the tournament.



Golf Tournament

New this year!

Location: Lakeside Golf
11524 Highway 118

West Guilford, ON

Golf tournament rules

Latest Newsletter

A screenshot from the Dysart website with a fire ban popup.

2023 Summer Update

Dog Walkers Note A porcupine is making its home near Driftwood Trail (where Percy Lake Rd once ended, the Beaver pond/Snowplow turnaround).   The travel range for porcupines apparently up to 200acres, although they prefer to be nocturnal.  Not sure if there’s still an after-hours vet closer than Peterborough. Fire Ban continues.  Smoke with a […]

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Latest Angler Photos

Do you have any photos that you would like displayed on this website? Send them over to hello@plra.ca.

Team #1 made up of four golfers pose at Lakeside Golf Course.

Charlotte, Rob, Jack, and Dwayne

September 16, 2023

Team #1 and 1st place

A team of three golfers pose together at the Lakeside Golf Course.

Bob, Tim, and Diane

September 16, 2023

Team #2

Team #3 and a team of four pose at the Lakeside Golf Course.

Rob, Thelma, Sandy, and Bruce

September 16, 2023

Team #3

Team #4 made up of three golfers pose at the Lakeside Golf Course.

Mark, Mark and Liz

September 16, 2023

Team #4

About the PLRA

Welcome to the Percy Lake Ratepayers’ Association web site. The PLRA was established in 1982 to represent both the cottagers and the permanent residents of Percy Lake. The web site has been created to give the members of the PLRA a source of information about the activities of their Association and how to contact members of the executive.

For the benefit of those not familiar with the area, Percy Lake is about 8 square kilometers in size located about 45 minutes drive northeast of the town of Haliburton near the southern tip of Algonquin Park in the Haliburton Highlands of east central Ontario, Canada.

Executive Members

Anna Tilman


Koko Yamamoto


Brian Edey


Lou Kiriakou


Peter Mills


Ted Mills


Bob Wong


Shelly Lindsay


Tim Jansen


Mark Rechsteiner