Please read the complete LTPA Policies and Procedures Manual
under Documents tab for all the Park information.
The Association lakefront property (“Park”), is accessible
Access is restricted by a locked gate during the summer
season from May through November 1. Access during this period is by key card only.
The Park is staffed during the summer season. Park staff is
on duty from 9:00 a.m. to approximately 10:00 p.m.
This is a family oriented Park, and any behavior deemed
inappropriate by the Park staff or in violation of any Policies and Procedures
will result in being asked to leave the property.
Parents not monitoring their children will be directed to
leave the Park with their children.
Members are requested to help keep the Park clean and to
remove all garbage. Bear proof cans are
Bikes must be left at the entrance. Security is
responsibility of the bike owner.
Boats and personal watercraft are not allowed to use the
beach area for loading, unloading or beaching at any time.
Swimmers swim at their own risk. No lifeguards are on
duty. (Our Park staff are not
All children in the water must be closely monitored by their
A swimming area is provided between piers, separating boats
and swimmers. Priority is to provide a
safe area for swimmers.
Boats and personal watercraft are not allowed in the swim
area at any time.
Small watercraft (kayaks, standup paddleboards, canoes,
non-motorized dinghies) may not be used in the swim area.
Small inflatables are allowed in the swim area, as long as
they can be used safely with swimmers.
The piers are for access to boats, swimming, fishing and
sunbathers. Priority is given to boaters. Sunbathers using the piers should ensure they do not block access to
Fishing is permitted only in the early morning or in the
evening when people are not accessing the piers for boating, sunbathing and/or
Coolers and chairs are allowed on the piers, as long as they
do not impede the use of the pier by boaters and other members. An aisle must be kept clear on the piers for
Member boats may use the piers for loading and unloading
only. Boats may not be left unattended and never moored at the piers.
Volleyball, basketball, horseshoes and bocce ball, are
available on a first-come, first-served basis.
Members and guests may check out recreation equipment from
the Park office at the Park entrance with a LTPA membership key card or a
Refer to the “Dogs in The Park Policies and Procedures” for
details regarding dogs access to the Park.
In order to keep the Park anenjoyable place for all, PLEASE DON’T
Please do not feed the geese or ducks.
No rock throwing.
Drones are not allowed to operate from the Park.
Diving or Jumping from the piers is discouraged and is doneso at one’s own risk.
No rough play on the swim platform. There is a $100 fine for
flipping the swim platform.
Beach & Pier Area Information for
Basketball, Bocce ball,
Horseshoes, Volleyball, Kid’s play area
- Please do not feed the geese.
- Boats are not allowed to use
the beach area for loading, unloading or beaching at any time.
- Members are requested to help
keep the beach clean and remove all garbage.
- Swimmers should swim at their
own risk. No lifeguards are on duty.
- A swimming area is provided
between piers, separating boats & swimmers.
The piers are for access to boats, swimming,
fishing and sunbathers.
Sunbathers should insure they do not block
access to others.
Diving and horseplay is not permitted.
Boaters use of the piers is for loading and
unloading only. Boats are not to be left unattended.
and guests can check out recreation equipment from the beach office at the park
with a LTPA membership key card or a driver’s license.
is located south of the Gate.
ball is located south of the Gate.
is located south of the Gate.
pit is located at North end of the park
play area is located at the South end of the park.