Our Club is located at the end of a long cove off the southwest side of Eagle Creek Reservoir where it is fairly well protected from stronger winds and waves. However, you might need help in traversing this cove in lighter wind when trying to get to the main lake body. Most keelboats have motors and gladly offer tows to boats without motors.
We have approximately 180 slips on 4 floating docks. We keep about 12 slips open for short-term guests and use three for our Dafety and Race Committee boats. See the picture below. The launching ramp is centrally located in our parking area. A gin (mast) pole is also available.
Our main structure is our upper shelter house (see picture left) It’s indoor restrooms and showers are open 24/7. Drink, snack and ice machines are all found there along with a telephone. Wireless Internet access is available in our Upper Shelter.
Camping is allowed for our out of town guests in our grassy area near our lower shelter (see pics right and below). There is a fire pit nearby for warmth and storytelling and a shelter in case of adverse weather.
As a general rule we try to keep the entry gate to our Club locked after dark. If you’re planning a late entry or exit we ask that you make prior arrangements (you could be locked in).