BLHA facilities offer the following services:
- Private 88-acre lake for fishing, boating (pontoon, kayak/canoe/paddle boarding/wind-surfing, sailing) and general relaxation with volunteers committed to supporting the ecosystem. Swim platform to accommodate non-motorized watercraft to relax and/or enjoy some refreshments and food as you cruise the lake. Free fishing – no license required for BLHA members.
- Beach area – lawn area with pavilion, restrooms, grills, volleyball court, bocce ball court, organic garden, fire pit, kayak/canoe storage racks, roped swimming area, swim platforms and over an acre of fenced lawn for various activities.
- Picnic area with pavilion, BBQ ovens, patio, grills, fire pit, kayak/canoe storage racks, boat ramp and 300′ of dock. BLHA members have reduced fees for renting/use of the Chapel and picnic facilities.
- This member website: http://BerkeleyLake.org
- Events: BLHA provides and supports multiple events on and off the lake:
- Four (4) quarterly meetings are held to provide updates on the HOA and to conduct business.
- Refer to BLHA newsletters for reporting of current and past activities.
BLHA Annual Dues only $400
- Dues include $100 which is directed to our Lake Restoration Fund for supporting lake maintenance and restoration activities.
Other Fees for Additional Services
- Annual watercraft fee – $25 covers any number of registered (motorized and non-motorized) watercraft. Registration is required however for each watercraft.
- Registration – $10 for non-motorized watercraft (e.g. kayaks, canoes, paddleboards, etc.). One time only, providing 1 registration sticker.
- Registration – $25 for motorized watercraft. One time only, providing 2 registration stickers.
- Key Fob purchase fee – $25 per key fob. Maximum of two key fobs issued per household.
- Kayak and canoe storage rack fee – $50 per watercraft (as available, space is limited).
- Organic garden fee – managed by Garden Club members at $25 per plot.
- Picnic grounds rental – contact the Rental Coordinator for details.
- Many of these fees are directed to the Lake Restoration Fund.