Residents who rented boat docks will have the opportunity to renew their space for the year.  Jon Loparo will contact you with paperwork  for renewal of boat docks for the season.

Jon Loparo is responsible for coordinating boat dock contracts, reservations and payments.  If you wish to be added to the wait list, please contact Jon.

As in the last few years, boat dock renters will be able to return paperwork and money for boat stickers with their rental agreement. 

The existing boat docks will be installed prior to Memorial Day and will be available through mid-September.   

If you have any questions,  please contact Jon Loparo (440) 552-5205 or via email at Jon Loparo


There are no more boat sticker pickup sessions scheduled. If you need to obtain a sticker please contact Jon Loparo,

Please have the required paperwork as follows: 

  • Completed Lake Access Permit, signed by the homeowner
  • COPY of Boat title (designating the homeowner as the owner of the boat)
  • COPY of Ohio boat registration (designating the boat is registered in the State of Ohio)
  • COPY of Insurance documents (including insurance on the boat and also $1 million liability coverage for boats over 10HP)
  • Check made out to Hawthorn of Aurora Home Owners Association

No stickers will be issued without all of the necessary paperwork, so please read this in detail and make sure you have all necessary documentation.   NO EXCEPTIONS.

You can obtain a lake access permit and current rates from the ALA website.


ALA is comprised of members of both Hawthorn and Aurora Shores for the purpose of managing Aurora Lake for all of our benefit. All meetings of the ALA are public and attendance is encouraged.  

Please contact one of the ALA Board Members for information concerning dates and times for ALA Meetings.   Hawthorn Members are:

Matthew Kolar (330)-307-6640

Bryan Gallo

John Vargo

Mike Laur

For more information, check out the ALA website or the ALA Facebook Page.  It is listed under Aurora Lake Association – ALA. 

LAKE TESTING.  The ALA is responsible for testing the quality of water in the lake.  This is generally done periodically and prior to holiday week-ends.  


Water skiers from Aurora Shores and Hawthorn have formed a ski club, called the Aurora Lake Water Ski Club (ALWSC). The club has been established to provide a community of skiers and non-skiers a way to learn how to ski, barefoot and wakeboard, as well as improve individual skill levels in each of these disciplines. 


All kayak rentals are currently rented. If you would like to be added to the waiting list or have any questions please contact Jon Loparo. If you don’t get a response within a day please contact again as sometimes mail is sent to the spam folder.