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About Us

The Point Clark Beach Association (PCBA) was organized to serve as a common voice for the property owners of Point Clark; the Association was incorporated in 1946 as a nonprofit community group for the betterment of the members and the Community at large.

The Point Clark Community has a rich history as described in the Early Days of Point Clark excerpts published in the Point Clark Membership Directories from 1958-2015.  The Point Clark Beach Association has helped build this community throughout the years.

Click here to download our Charter. 

In 2015, the membership approved updated bylaws.

In 2018, the membership approved additional changes to the PCBA bylaws (2018).

EXECUTIVE 2019-2021

  • President - Robert Foster
  • Vice President - John Harper
  • Treasurer - Doug Moogk
  • Secretary - Sue Foster
  • Past President - Gib McIlwrath


  • Bill Bowers (Membership)
  • Victoria Colling (Pine River Watershed Initiative Rep)
  • Ed Faddies
  • Debbie Harper
  • Paul Martell
  • Anne Strickland (Directory / Directory Editor)

Top 10 reasons to join the PCBA

  1. Opportunity to make the Point Clark area a better place to live, visit, work and cottage
  2. A published Beach Directory that lists members, business and services and events.
  3. Facilitation of Beach Cleanup
  4. Social events
  5. Cottage patrol to ensure your cottage is safe and secure during the winter months.
  6. Information sessions on topics of importance to you as a Point Clark resident/cottager
  7. Your liaison with Huron Kinloss Council, Ontario and Federal Goverments
  8. Membership in FOCA (Federation of Ontario Cottagers' Associations)
  9. Liaison with other beach associations & community groups to facilitate support on major issues concerning Huron Kinloss or partnerships in events.   Support local charities for the betterment of the Point Clark Community.
  10. Advocacy

Duties of the Winter Patrol

Patrol members cottages approximately every 10 days from November 1st - April 1st of each calendar year.

Report damage, fallen trees, break ins, unlocked doors and windows to the property owner or their alternate contact.  in case of forced entry, the patrol will notify the OPP.

Patrol members cottages immediately after a major storm or wind storm.

Report heavy snow loads on members cottages and garages.

The winter patrol, will keep a log of all patrols and present a written report to the membership at the annual or general meetings.

The winter patrol full duties are specified completely in the winter patrol contract. For more information on the winter patrol, please contact our membership director.

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Please email our Membership director