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Frontenac Shores

Transforming Dreams into Reality

Frontenac Shores located in Cloyne was converted from a seasonal location in 1996 to a flourishing year-round fractional ownership resort owned and operated by Pat and Dave Storms. 

The resort provides consumers options for cottage ownership providing year-round enjoyment with distinct types of accommodations. Situated on the shores of Mississagagon Lake in North Frontenac, the site has seen significant redevelopment since 2004, including the integration of advanced septic and water systems, which benefited the environment and the local economy.

With eight cottages and an occupancy rate of over 80% annually, Frontenac Shores demonstrates sustainable development and economic progress. Fractional ownership removes the three main barriers to buying a traditional lakefront vacation home: cost, maintenance, and time. The resort continues to evolve under the Storms’ stewardship and continues to take pride in their environmental and economic growth. 

A pivotal moment for Frontenac Shores’ came through the support of Frontenac Business Services, which provided essential seed funding for preliminary studies and legal fees which assisted in the resort’s expansion. This financial boost helped overcome early redevelopment financial challenges and securing approvals for construction.

The Storms’ experience underlines the complexities of rural development in Ontario, highlighting the need for planning, legal budgeting, and understanding local growth trends. Their journey with Frontenac Shores, marked by both achievements and challenges, highlights the critical role of support services like Frontenac Business Services in realizing long-term sustainable business ventures in the hospitality sector.

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