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The main beach on Crystal Lake is at the end of Spring Valley Road. This beautiful sandy private beach consists of about 140 feet of beachfront that includes two docks, a deck, volleyball court, swim raft, port-a- potty, and a shed that houses various water toys and sports equipment. There is also a pavilion that was built and dedicated in 2003 in memory of former resident Jim Hanley.

For the safety and enjoyment of all Highlanders and to honor legal agreements with our neighbors, the board has adopted the following policies and rules. Please share them with your guests.

The Beach Policies and Rules

Safety

• Swimmers are responsible for their own safety and the safety of their children. NO LIFEGUARDS ON DUTY.

Please Help Keep the Beach Clean and Tidy

• All toys, floats, and other items must be returned to the shed after use.

• Chairs and boats should be pulled out and away from the water.

• All garbage and refuse must be removed from the beach and taken home for disposal.

• No ground fires are permitted on the beach.

• No pets are allowed on the beach.

• If the plants in the flower boxes look like they need a drink, please water them.

• Please, no cigarette butts in the sand. There is a “butt bucket” to distinguish and collect cigarette/cigar butts.

Appropriate Use

• Short-term renters (fewer than 6 months) must be accompanied by a member.

• Beach use is limited to 40 people at any one time.

• Beach use is limited to recreational activities such as swimming, picnicking, sailing and canoeing.

• Special events such as meetings, weddings, reunions etc. need prior approval from the CHOA Board and completion of the Special Use Application.

Download Beach Use Request Form

 

• Parties and social functions must terminate by 11:00 PM.

• No overnight stays on the beach are permitted.

Boats

• No powerboats may be launched from the beach.

• Only the CHOA safety boat and other boats owned by CHOA may be left on the beach overnight or moored off the lakeshore.

• No boat hoists or boat storage devices shall be maintained on the lakeshore property, adjacent to the CHOA dock or free-standing in the water off the lakeshore.

• Pickup or drop-off from a non-motorized boat over 16’ or any size power boat is not allowed.

Parking

• Parking at the lakeshore is limited to eight cars.

• Only one car per family may use the parking areas.

• House guests’ cars must be parked in the cul-de- sac on Spring Valley Road.

 

 

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