Starting at the launch, you can see we have low water also, just to the left is the access gate to the docks, there is just enough parking for the boat owners and not all of them. There is a county park parking lot just after the driveway up to the clubhouse parking, it's where I park when I'm launching my boat. The wall and stairs go up to an area with a grill and table by the meeting/party room. From the deck you can see the mooring area, the membership has gone from sportsmen to social, its mostly pleasure boats instead of fishing. The last I knew it was 300$ plus 10 hours of work to park a boat, it fills quickly and the folks that are there are mostly long term. Next is the main event, the bar, it's well stocked, there's a full kitchen which does get used for special events. There was a pig roast last weekend, there's a clambered coming up. Chilling and grilling ended last week, it was red and white hots and plain and cheese burgers, sometimes someone would bring a Mac or potato salad, baked beans and brownies and cookies. I could have 2 dogs, a diet Pepsi, and a salad or desert for 10$, can't beat that with a stick. The dock on the left is where I park my boat when it's time for lunch, to the left of that dock is an island I could get my boat around, not now it's overgrown with cattails.
That's the "CLUB".
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