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The Pelee Club on Lake Erie is limited to 25 member/owner families. However, there are a few memberships available. Try the Club out at our Prospective Members weekend or reach out to for further information. Click here for more information on Prospective Members Weekend.

Regular Members are voting equity owners of the Pelee Club and may use the facilities whenever they are open, generally late April to the end of November.

Hunting Members may use the facilities during the fall hunts in October and November. Hunting Members are non-voting, non-equity members. For more hunting information on Pelee Island hunts see Pelee Island Pheasant Hunts.

Birding Members may use the facilities during the bird migrations in May. Birding Members are non-voting, non-equity members. Pelee Island is in the path of two major migratory flyways for songbirds that winter in Central and South America and breed in Ontario. For more information on birding on Pelee Island see the Pelee Island Bird Observatory.

Club Amenities can be found in this link. Memberships include use of Club kayaks, canoe, and vehicles. The Club's Buildings and Grounds are beautiful and extensive and its History is extraordinary.


All members share the costs of running the house via their annual dues and nightly per diems which include guaranteed availability with three days' notice, three gourmet meals daily, and use of vehicles and watercraft. Depending on your usage, costs are similar to slightly higher than renting a cottage on the island.


The Pelee Club is a nonprofit/non-charitable corporation.

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