Beach Rules


It is important that everyone adheres to the safety rules at the waterfront.


The water near the float is not deep enough to dive or even jump safely, therefore there is no diving or jumping at the float.


There is no lifeguard at the waterfront: swim at your own risk. We advise that if you are planning a large gathering where there will be a lot of people in the water, you hire a private lifeguard. The Two Lake Club, Inc. is not responsible for water safety.


Please use swim diapers for young ones...also, remember to bring "tp" and hand sanitizer or wipes for the Portosan.

The Portosan is at the beachfront from Memorial Day through Labor Day. 


Unleashed dogs are not allowed at the beach (sand and grass). Please remember to clean up after your dog(s).


There is no garbage receptacle at the must take your refuse with you upon leaving.

There is NO PARKING at the bottom of the driveway near the boat launch or in the circle. Residents with a current "permit tag" clearly visible in car may unload at the bottom of drive, but must park their vehicle at the top of the lot. This is most important because emergency vehicles need access to the lake and also because the turnaround was damaged by heavy usage and required an expensive overhaul a few years ago.


The beach is technically closed after dark. Please advise family members they may not access the beach after dark. There has been vandalism over the years to equipment and furniture and we ask that you respect the property of which we all own a share!


Feel free to use the firepit, but use extreme caution and extinguish fires completely before leaving the beachfront.


You may only use boats that belong to you.


If you use any furniture, BBQ, etc., please leave the property the way you found it (or better) so others may enjoy.


If you notice any issues or concerns, please contact a board member or director at once.


Thank you so much for your cooperation and support...

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