Docks & Ramps, Island Info & Lake Apparel
Docks & Ramps
Docks on Various Parks
Dock locations are Hawthorne, Nottingham, Kelley, Somerset, Karen Ct., Grand Pointe, Castlewood and Bedford East parks. Docks are for loading or unloading only and are not mooring for more than approximately 10 minutes or for rental. The purpose is to serve those in need of assistance in entering or exiting a boat or for stopping momentarily for someone to use the bathhouse facilities.
Lake Columbia has 16 park locations of which 9 have boat ramps. These locations are:
All boat ramp chains are left open during the winter months for the safety of snowmobiles. Ramps will be locked and accessible with a key by March 1st or later if the lake still has ice. View Ramp Key Policy
Lock ramp back up once you are finished loading or unloading your boat.
When launching or removing your boat from the lake please Do Not POWER UP (POWER LOAD) your boat. This is causing damage to our ramps. Thank you for your cooperation. This helps to keep ramp maintenance to a minimum.
Two Islands on Lake Columbia
The islands on the lake are for the enjoyment and use for all owners. Water activities such as volleyball, nets (including poles) should only remain in the water while the activity is taking place and not hinder any owner or watercraft. A reminder also that dogs must be on a leash at both of the islands and in the parks and please clean up after your dogs. Common courtesy is asked of each owner on our islands and in our parks. The Stump Bay Island has just had a seawall placed around it and is being cleared for member use. Plans, to date, are to put a picnic table, grill and possibly a fire pit on it for members to use.
Great Gift Ideas
We have Lake Columbia apparel and accessories for sale. Several items are embroidered with the Lake Columbia logo. Shirts are available in a variety of colors. Hats are available in navy, khaki, or washed forest. Orders take 2-3 weeks for delivery. These items make great gifts! Call, email or stop in the office for details.