A Brief History of Crystal Lake Club, Inc.
     ... Is still available for free.  Click on the cover page on the right.

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Marina Sign

The Club sign at the Marina is showing it's age. The Board is working to replace the rotting wood sign.

Club Activities

The Board would like to hear about activities you would attend over the next year.  Please fill out the following survey.   It can be filled out for one person or a family.

Please select as many options as you would be interested in attending and/or suggest other events. 

Please guess on the number of attendees.  Use the "Other Event or Comments" section if you can be more specific for planning purposes.  You can also volunteer to help in the Comments section.

Paid at the clubhouse from 10-11 a.m.

A REMINDER: Use the CONTACT US page for official communications with the Board.   Facebook is not an official contact method unless specifically mentioned for special events.

A Brief history of the Crystal Lake Club 

   ... is still available by clicking on the book icon. 


Facebook Reminder:

Remember that Facebook is not a Club-sponsored, moderated or monitored medium.   Please remember that if you have business or questions for the Board, contact it directly (see the Contact Us tab) and do not expect to get a response through Facebook.

Builder Guidelines

You might notice that under the Club's "Documents & Business" tab there is a link to a "Builders Guide" page.  This page is intended to answer some of the common questions associated with building.   It will continue to be updated, but it is NOT a replacement for reading and understanding the Deed Restrictions and Bylaws.  


Given the amount of building going on in the County, this is a remember to get CLC Board approval for any house, garage, shed, dock, wharf, or other items covered in the CLC Deed Restrictions to avoid any issues or construction delays.  It's fast and easy.  Refer to the Documents and Builder's Guide tabs.


Get Ready!  Community-wide yard sale date Saturday May 15th, 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.   The Club will advertise but you'll make your own signs, like the last one.  Suggestions are welcome.

Stay tuned for more info. 


The Club spends thousands of dollars each year to stock and maintain the lake.  To help with reduce the cost while improving  fishing, new Catch & Release limits have been added to the Bylaws.  The Game Warden can enforce bylaws.  Comments and questions can be addressed to the Board.

Article VIII, Section 4 Lake and Grounds Rules now reads:
H.    Valid license(s) and adherence to Kentucky State fishing regulations are required.  Additional restrictions on size and creel limits may be implemented to support the Club’s stocking activities.
I.    No live fish (from outside of the lake), blood-sucker-type, invasive or non-native baits are permitted in order to avoid contamination and unwanted species.
J.    It is preferred that game fish be caught and released.  In support of the Club’s stocking activities, if caught in the spring, bass brood fish (i.e., healthy egg-bearing females) shall be released.  Otherwise, bass between 12 and 16 inches shall be released.  Nor more than two bass larger than 16 inches may be taken per day.  No more than 6 crappie larger than 9 inches may be taken per day, crappie between 12 and 15 inches are limited to 2 per day, and larger crappie are limited to one per day.  Grass Carp must be release immediately.  Fish not mentioned here are covered by State regulations.


More Members than ever are using the lake.  That's great news.  Unfortunately,  many want to the boat launch at the same time.  There are only three parking spots at the spillway.  Please use the far end of the Clubhouse's parking lot for spillway spillover parking.  There is NO parking on the entrance and exit roads.  Any unattended vehicle and or trailer that blocks the road or launch access, or is missing a membership tag, may be towed at the owner's expense.  This may be monitored by the Sheriff.


From May 1 through September 30, open burning in Boone, Boyd, Bullitt, Campbell, Jefferson, Kenton, Lawrence (partial), and Oldham counties is restricted to protect air quality. See https://eec.ky.gov/Environmental-Protection/Air/Pages/Open-Burning.aspx for more information.


Each summer the Club hires additional police support for traffic control.  This will run from May through August.    


Thanks to Arnold, Steve and Matt, the Playground is being repaired.  The climing equipment will be installed soon.