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Welcome to the Horseshoe Valley Property Owners Association

At the Horseshoe Valley Property Owners Association, we strive to enhance the quality of community life by advocating issues or interests affecting our members. Read More


The second annual Winterfest held over the Family Day weekend was a huge success! Many thanks go out to Horseshoe Resort, the Township of Oro-Medonte and all the volunteers, especially our HVPOA President, Shauna Tozser. Please see the pictures!

Horseshoe Valley Memorial Park Skating Rink Hours: Weekdays & Weekends : 8am – 12pm Public skating / 12pm – 6pm Shinny /6pm – 7pm Public skating / 7pm – 10pm Shinny /10pm – Closed

Check out the News Posts and Upcoming events along the sideboard of our website to get the most up to date information.  If you have any suggestions for improvements to our site, submit a community interest article or advertise on our business directory, contact a Board member (email addresses available on the tab “About the HVPOA”) 

For the Spring Thaw-Bear Watch

Bears are visitors to our area in the spring, so to prepare here is a link to some good info posted on the MNR web that will be useful to our residents - click here


Orillia Doctors Accepting Patients

When a patient calls the Health Care Connect 1-800 number, they will be told who in Orillia is accepting patients, so they have a choice. To publish a list of doctors accepting patients though, would not be a great idea, as it can change fairly often. For example, Dr. X may be on the list this week and take 25 patients. Then ask to be removed for a month until he or she processes that group through their first visits.However, Dr. Ryan Mitchell and Dr. Nina Aguilar just opened their practice two weeks ago, so they are in the early stages of building their roster. Dr. Justin Porter and Dr. Dan Kapeluto are also building practices. They are just a little further along in the process. Someone calling HCC, can specifically ask for one of the above.Once a patient has done all that is necessary to de-roster and then register with Health Care Connect, they can call the doctor’s office directly in an attempt to expedite the process, but not before the above steps.


Bulletin Boards

Please feel free to post items on the community bulletin boards that are of interest to members of the community.


The Copeland Forest Project 

The result of a grant from the Ontario Trillium Foundation, the Couchiching Conservancy will facilitate a process over the next three years that will result in a Copeland Forest Stewardship Committee, and a Stewardship Plan. Information required to make stewardship decisions will be made available, such as the four-season science inventory currently underway. In the first phase of the project will hold workshops on topics such as wetlands and watersheds and identifying animal tracks, and we will speak to as many users of the Copeland Forest as possible about how they use the forest, and what they value about it most. If you would like more information please visit the web site linked above or contact Dorthea Hangaard.


Tennis 2013 Rates

Adult $65.00
Couple $110.00
Family $135.00
Two free no charge 1 hour tennis clinics are included for each signed up member if registered before May 31, 2013 at the 4th Line Horseshoe Valley Memorial Park – visit the Oro Medonte Tennis Club - Fourth Line Park Tennis.


Clinic Information

Huronia Nurse Practitioner-Led Clinic located on the 4th line – click on the link for more information.


Horseshoe Resort VIP Skylife Rewards Card

Horseshoe Resort has launched a new VIP Skylife Rewards card for loyal HVPOA members. When you join, or renew your membership with the HVPOA, you will receive a direct link to the Horseshoe website where you can fill out a form for each family member over the age of 18. Once you apply online, your rewards card will be mailed to you. To take advantage of discounts, you must present the Horseshoe VIP card each time you want your discount. This card is valid for as long as you are a member in good standing with the HVPOA. 

Do Not Call

Have you noticed that those annoying calls have resumed? That’s because the Do Not Call only lasts for a year. So if the calls are back it means you’ll have to sign up again. You can sign up for the “Do not call” list at the DNCL website