Apparently some people believe there is a public boat launch in Camp Huronda and "Cottage Dreams", a cottage rental agency has been telling renters they can use Huronda's boat launch.
This is the text of our response to the Town regarding the 2018 Camp Huronda zoning application:
(attached below are the application documents)
Re: Z/24/2018/HTE - Canadian Diabetes Association - 1252 S Waseosa Lk Rd
The LWRA has a long history of working with the Canadian Diabetes Association and Camp Huronda to support a sustainable growth while they struggle to meet the demand for this unique facility. We have found this organization to be a responsible corporate partner respecting both the character and ecosystem of the lake.
NOTICE OF THE PASSING OF ZONING BY-LAW(S)
(This is a work in progress and the camp is eager for any stories about Huronda's early days. You can send any info you have to us and we will forward it on.)
Old stories abound about a murder that took place on the west side of Waseosa. The location has been variously given as the Solave farm (the site of present-day Camp Huronda) or the Edwards home. There are varying recollections about the heinous details, even as to how many people were involved.
The Origin of the Camp Huronda Property at the South End of Lake Waseosa
John Charles Risk began practicing law early in the 1930s. A few years later, in the midst of the depression, he acquired the Waseosa property from a client who was unable to pay his bill in any other way. His sons, from whom this information comes, say that their father told him that it was a time when cash would have been far more welcome than a piece of land.
Located on South Waseosa Lake Camp Huronda provides children living with type 1 diabetes with opportunities to enjoy an authentic camp experience while having all of their diabetes needs monitored by a dedicated team of trained medical professionals.
Camp Huronda is owned and operated but the Canadian Diabetes Association and is one of 12 D-Camps operated across the country.
Lake Waseosa Ratepayers' Association
c/o 21 Cottage Lane, RR#3
September 26, 2008
Terry Sararas, Director of Planning,
Town of Huntsville
37 Main Street East
To all Lake Waseosa Residents and Members of the LWRA, my name is Mike Filipowitsch, and I'm happy to be able to introduce myself to you as the new Director of Camp Huronda, owned and operated by the Canadian Diabetes Association!