I hope everyone enjoyed the warm weather this past weekend. There is nothing like seeing the sun sparkling on the water to enjoy the final days of August.
I always worry that it may be the last beautiful boating day but then thankfully another one comes along!
This weekend coming up isn't looking too bad as of right now. Of course, the water temperature has dropped so it might be time to bring out those wetsuits.
It is hard to believe that it will be the September long weekend this weekend! Where the heck did summer go!
The marina is sponsoring the corn for the upcoming annual Corn Roast on September 5, 2021. If you are available to assist with corn shucking on Saturday, September 4th, morning, please feel free to come down to Marina Park! Than you for your support! ;-)
Stay Safe and Stay Carefree!
Ryan (Butch) Kelly
OBO YOUR GLBS Board
NOT A MARINA REGULATION or BY-LAW but while at Carefree Resort it is understood that if you have a dog and that dog poops, you will pick it up. This also applies to all who go down to the marina. As well please dispose of your bag of poop in the garbage cans NOT the recycle cans. Donít forget your dog must be on a leash at all times!
***Please note that fishing from the docks or off the shores of the marina is NOT allowed. It is too easy to snag a boat cover or an innocent passerby***
Key Rules and Regulations:
1. While within marina there is to be no wake or sail. Watercraft speed will not exceed idle speed.
2. Open flames or smoking is not allowed on the docks.
3. For safety reasons, fishing is not allowed anywhere within the Marina as posted by the Marina Board.
4. There is a 10 minute time limit on the use of the docks adjacent to the boat launch. These docks are intended as a loading zone convenience for all members, not for long term or day use by anyone.
Updated Regulations (June 2021) can be found here, and
All forms can be found on this Website.
Please remember to check the board at the marina before parking your trailer. We had to change a few of the trailers around to accommodate the larger trailers. Your board reserves the right to move the trailers around as the need arises.