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Welcome to Lake Hughes

Lake Hughes is a small, deep natural lake, the largest part of which is located in the Township of Gore and the other part in the Municipality of Mille‐Isles, in the Laurentians, Quebec, Canada.

Lake Hughes is the 3rd largest lake of the two municipalities (Lake Anne comes first and Lake Barron second). We are the 2nd deepest lake after Lake Barron (at 87.3 feet) and have the highest altitude of all lakes in both municipalities.

Lake Hughes has 156 residences: 94 on the waterfront, 32 near the shores and 30 a little further away. There are 48 permanent residences (31%) and 108 secondary residences (seasonal, part-time, absentee occupants).

NO public access and NO motorboats allowed (by federal law).

Regional County Municipality (RCM): Argenteuil

Watershed: Rivière-­du-­Nord

GPS Coordinates: 74°15’03”O – 45°48’20”N


Board of Directors

The Board of Directors is a group of volunteers elected by the Lake Association members. They work hard to ensure events are successful for all Lake Hughes residents to enjoy. If you wish to volunteer to support the Board of Directors, please contact us at

President: Mike Manconi

Past President: Daniel Leduc

1st VP: Vacant

2nd VP: Anthony Manconi

Secretary: Richard Lough

Treasurer: Mark Vandzura

Director: Mike Berry

Director: Patrick Doyon

Director: Bruno Estebeteguy

Director: Suzanne Farago

Director: Caroline Gaudet

Director: Brigitte Lavoie

Director: Jeff Lough

Director: Heather McCullough

Director: Rick Moffat

Director: Rob Spencer

Director: Lori Vandzura

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