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

Click here to get a paper on 

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. 


Dr. Ralph Ewers is testing the water flow from Woodridge Estates sink holes (the Zachery Dr. area) into Crystal Lake.  To do this, he and three helpers put little concrete blocks with wire holders in it to which they fasten a carbon packet that absorbs any dye that they put into the sink holes.  We posted photos here a few months ago

They have the Board's permission to access the lake, little lake and part of the pond area near the clubhouse and club property.

They do NOT have permission to transverse private property without the property owner's permission.

This data will be extremely useful in helping the Club manage the lake.  Please give them whatever help you can and call the President if you have any issues.



The Club's annual bills have been mailed and the Maintenance Fee has increased from $108 to $118.  It's not a typo.  The Board tries not to raise Fees.  In fact, the Fee was not increased last year.  However, given the current economy and cost projections, the Board unanimously agreed to increase it this year.   FYI, the Bylaws limit the annual maximum increase to 10% .


Monday, September 20th, 7pm at the Clubhouse.


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.  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.  


Saturday, September 25, 2021, from 11:00 a.m. to Noon.   Doors will open at 10:00 a.m. to receive checks or ballots. 
We're looking into getting a food truck(s) at noon and having a WorkDay afterwards.


In August, four citations were issues.  Two for speeding and two for lack of a license.  There were five checks for Membership at the boat launch, clubhouse, and roads.